Last August iconic TV presenter Cilla Black sadly passed away at the age of 72 following a fall in her Spanish home.
Now it has been reported that the star left a huge £15 million to her three sons, 45-year-old Robert, 41-year-old Ben, and 35-year-old Jack, in her will.
According to The Sun the trio will have to pay almost £6 million in inheritance tax, leaving them with about £3 million each, with Cilla’s housekeeper Penny Walker also being left £20,000.
A source explained: “She adored her sons and treated Penny as part of the family.”
Cilla’s £2 million villa in Spain and £1.5 million penthouse in Barbados have not been included in her estate.
Cilla’s son Robert had previously opened up about his famous mum in the lead-up to her tragic death, speaking in the documentary ‘Our Cilla’ he shared: “During the last two years she began to suffer fairly standard things that people as they get older would suffer.
"Her hearing had started to go, so she had to start wearing hearing aids. Typical of my mum, she wouldn’t wear them.
"She was sitting around having a glass of champagne killing herself laughing at ‘Jeremy Kyle’ - without the hearing aids obviously - so blaring out across Marbella.
"We hung out and at about one o'clock, I said I was going to do a shop. I said goodbye and that was the last time I saw her.”