Details of Aussie cricket legend Shane Warne's will for his £12million estate have been revealed.
Warne left the vast majority of his fortune to his three children Brooke, 25, Jackson, 23, and Summer, 21, who all received 31% each. Documents released by the Supreme Court in Victoria disclosed his brother Jason will receive 2%, while his niece and nephew Tyla and Sebastian will get 2.5% each.
As reported by the Herald Sun, son Jackson also inherited his vehicle collection which included a Yamaha motorbike, BMW and Mercedes estimated to be worth AUD$375,000 (£216k) altogether.
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The estate was made up of a $6.5m (£3.74m) home in Portsea, Victoria, $5m (£3m) in his Australian bank account, nearly $3m (£1.7m) in shares, $2m (£1.15m) worth of personal belongings, and around $500k (£288k) in an HSBC account.
Warne left nothing to his ex-wife and the mother of his children, Simone Callahan, or British actress Liz Hurley, who he was engaged to before they split in 2013.
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His will was granted probate this week which means the executors he chose can start distributing the estate between the beneficiaries, nearly a year on from his death.
Warne passed away aged 52 in March 2022 during a holiday on the island of Koh Samui, Thailand. He was found unresponsive in his villa after suffering a heart attack.
The sporting world was left in mourning for the six-time Ashes winner, who is firmly cemented as one of the greatest cricketers of all-time.
During his legendary career he took 708 Test wickets, the second-most in history behind only Muthiah Muralidaran. More than 50,000 people attended a state funeral at the Melbourne Cricket Ground to pay their respects to him.
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