Tragic Tara Palmer-Tomkinson left fortune to children she never managed to have.
It’s been reported that Tara made a will in 2004, stating that her children were to inherit her estate, which The Sun reported was valued at £2.34million, when they turned 25.
Heartbreakingly, she passed away in February at the young age of 45, having never had any children.
Following a a year-long battle with a brain tumour, the It Girl and TV favourite was found dead at her London home by her cleaner.
Her family released a statement at the time saying: “We would like to thank the many people who have contacted us about Tara following her untimely death. It has been a source of great comfort to know how loved she was by so many people.
“Tara died peacefully in her sleep due to a perforated ulcer and peritonitis.”
Tara’s untimely passing away came after she had previously expressed concerns about dying following her diagnosis of a brain tumour.
She told the Daily Mail: “I went to the doctors to talk about my latest blood test results when I got back from skiing in January.
“I said: ‘What does this mean? Can you translate it?’ And the doctor said: ‘As I suspected, you have a brain tumour.’
“I got terribly frightened. I started thinking, ‘I’m going to die, I’m going to die.
“‘I’ve only got a couple of weeks to live.’ Stuff like that.”
During one of her last interviews last year she admitted regrets over the way she lived her life, saying: “I’d like to go back to that young girl and shake her. I did things I’m very ashamed of. I put my family through so much.
“I thought I’d be married and have two children by now. I imagined I’d be living in the country.”
The money will reportedly go the her brother James and sister Santa’s families.