Thursday, September 28, 2017

Playboy Founder, Hefner's 30-Year-Old Wife, Crystal Harris, Will Inherit Nothing From His Fortune (Details)

Hugh Hefner's 30-year-old wife Crystal Harris 'will inherit nothing after signing iron-clad prenup and never being added to his will'

It's thought that Hugh Hefner's wife Crystal Harris will inherit nothing after his death.

The Playboy founder has passed away at the age of 91, leaving 30-year-old Crystal a widow.

But having signed an ircon-clad prenuptial agreement before saying 'I do', it's thought that the former Playmate of the Year will inherit nothing of his multi-million dollar fortune.

Although Crystal is believed to have never been added to Hef's will, she'll apparently be 'looked after' following his death from natural causes.

Hugh and Crystal married in 2012 on their second attempt.

It was reported by US Weekly in 2013 that Hef's $43 million fortune will be divided among his four children, the University of Southern California, as well as a list of charities the star supports.
Crystal also reportedly called off her first wedding to the publishing legend in 2011 because she got cold feet.

More than 300 guests were set to attend the ceremony, but were told that it wouldn't be going ahead just five days before.

She once said of it: "Last time it turned into a big ordeal and then it all fell apart."

Crystal once publicly shamed her husband when she told the world they'd only ever had sex once, and that it lasted just "two seconds".

She said: "Then I was just over it. I was like, 'Ahhh.' I was over it."

Following their split after she called off the wedding, the pair reunited in 2012 and Hef said he wanted to spend the rest of his life with Crystal.

And he insisted that their huge 60-year age gap didn't matter.

He tweeted: "The dramatic age difference between Crystal & me really doesn't matter. Whatever time I have left, we want to spend together."

And Crystal said the second marriage was different because she was excited to finally tie the know.

Hugh Hefner, the iconic founder of Playboy magazine, has died aged 91, Playboy Enterprises has said.

Playboy Magazine was founded by Hefner more than 60 years ago as an upscale men's magazine that featured nude images of famous women, as well as emerging models, actresses and singers.

“Hugh M. Hefner, the American icon who in 1953 introduced the world to Playboy magazine and built the company into one of the most recognisable American global brands in history, peacefully passed away today from natural causes at his home, The Playboy Mansion, surrounded by loved ones,” Playboy confirmed in a statement. “He was 91 years old.”

Viagra left the Hef deaf but he said he'd rather have sex than hearing

​Hefner, often referred to as “Hef,” passed away at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles.

Born on 9 April to strict Methodist parents in 1926, he served two years in the army during World War II before finding a job at Esquire as a copywriter.

By 1953 he had saved $8,000 with which to put the first issue of Playboy together. Published in December that year, the cover featured Marilyn Monroe, along with a nude picture of her as the centrefold which Hefner had purchased to add some "oomph". The issue sold more than 50,000 copies.

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