Queen Elizabeth, who has just died during the day this Thursday, September 8, at the age of 96, modified her will on August 30.
The monarch, who had been absent from various public activities during the last time to dedicate herself to rest, also drew attention for updating the document on her inheritance.
This modification has left out two members of his family: Meghan Markle and her daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, Elizabeth’s great-granddaughter.
As reported by the International Business Times, Queen Elizabeth II made it clear how her jewels will be distributed once she is gone.
Isabel’s jewelry, valued at some $110 million, includes lavish brooches, necklaces, earrings, earrings and rings.
Kate Middleton, wife of William, would keep a large part of the inheritance. It should be remembered that it is she who will be queen once her husband becomes king, after Charles of Wales.
He left out his little clone
While the rest of the jewels will be distributed among other women in the family, he did not consider leaving anything for Meghan Markle or her great-granddaughter Lilibeth Diana.
The little girl was named in honor of the monarch herself and her grandmother Lady Di. And furthermore, she bears a strong resemblance to Queen Elizabeth in her childhood.