Caroline Flack Her mother said the fortune would be donated to charitable causes that she was enthusiastic about after the star had not left a will.
The Love island At 40, her stewardess committed suicide in February, and her family hopes the donations will help her legacy continue for many years to come.
It was thought that Caroline had amassed a fortune two million pounds but after paying off her debts and taking the duty of death, there was still £ 827,000 that would now be distributed “wisely”.
Official probate numbers were revealed on Tuesday and Caroline’s mother, Christine, said, “We will use the money wisely to help with the good causes that Caroline was passionate about.”
The law states that anyone in England and Wales who dies without making a will is considered without a will.
the sun The TV character’s friends reportedly promised that charities close to Caroline’s heart would be the main recipients of the funds.
The estate would be formally shared between Caroline’s parents because they survived it, and Supreme Court records reportedly show Christine is in the legally designated official of the estate.
Caroline was found dead in her home in Stoke Newington, North London, on February 15th.
A private funeral was held near her family’s Norfolk home a month later, and more than 200 people attended.
Kristen said at the time: “There have been a lot of memories, and smiles but most of them are tears as we all remind us of Carrie and the joy she has brought into our whole lives.”
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In Caroline’s memory, friends and family planned to take a two-day outing in the Lake District, which they called Climb for Caroline, where all the money raised is donated to Samaritans.
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