George Michael’s £100m estate could end up going to his godchildren as he did not produce an heir.
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The pop star, who was found dead on Christmas Day, did not have any children when he lost his life aged 53.
Now the offspring of his friends Geri Horner and Shirlie Holliman, plus the two children of his cousin Andros, look set to divide up his fortune, property and possessions between them.
Roman and Harley Moon Kemp are likely to be named in the will (Pictures: Getty)
Michael’s older sisters, Melanie and Yioda, plus his boyfriend Fadi Fawaz, are also expected to be named in his will alongside his godchildren.
Back in the 1980s, George brought together his old Wham! band mate Holliman with husband Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp, then became godfather to their two children
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Now, alongside Bluebell, the ten-year-old daughter of his old Spice Girl friend Geri Horner, Roman and Harley Moon are set to inherit a portion of his wealth.
Both Roman and Harley Moon have tweeted their sadness about their godfather’s untimely passing.
George was reportedly due to have a Boxing Day lunch with Shirlie and Martin, but on that very day Brits were waking up to news of his death.
Meanwhile heavily pregnant Geri was posting an Instagram throwback snap of her with George, who she called ‘the kindest, most generous and modest person’.
The Mail Online claims George had a large art collection and earned a great deal by performing at private events in the last decade of his life.