George Michael’s Fortune Reportedly Going To His Godchildren

Carl Williott | December 27, 2016 10:47 am

George Michael‘s £100 million fortune will be divvied up among his godchildren, according to The Daily Mail. The 53-year-old pop star died of heart failure on Christmas Day, and his will allegedly carved out large sums for Roman and Harley Moon Kemp, the children of his Wham! bandmate Shirlie Holliman and Spandau Ballet‘s Martin Kemp, as well as Geri Horner‘s (Ginger Spice) daughter Bluebell.

The paper also speculates that Michael’s sisters, his boyfriend Fadi Fawaz and his cousin’s children (to whom he is also a godfather) are slated for an inheritance, and that charities he supported throughout his life, including Childline, the Terrence Higgins Trust and Macmillan Cancer Support, will get donations.

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Amidst the news of Michael’s will, the UK site also noted that Richard Blade, a DJ associated with Wham!, told BBC Radio that Michael was considering a one-off Wham! reunion gig for 2017. “It’s such a shame that we have all been robbed of that chance to see a really, really fun pop band get back together,” Blade said.