Larry King left behind an estate worth roughly $2 million to his children — having penned a handwritten will before two of his kids tragically died, according to a report.
The legendary broadcaster wrote his will specifying that all of his money should be “divided equally among my children Andy, Chaia, Larry Jr, Chance & Cannon,” TMZ reported.
The CNN star penned the will on Oct. 17, 2019 before Chaia, 51, and Andy, 65, passed away within a month of each other last year, the outlet reported.
That was also two months after he filed for divorce from his seventh wife, Shawn King, who was not mentioned in the document.
Son Larry King Jr. is seeking for the court to appoint him as the administrator of his dad’s estate, given that the 87-year-old talk show host was still in the middle of the divorce when he died last month, according to the report.
The probate court papers estimated King to be worth $2 million, but that amount wouldn’t include any money that he may have put into trusts, the site noted.