By Kemi Yesufu
Former Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi continues to make news even in death. The billionaire turned politician has willed €100m (£85.4m) to his partner, Marta Fascina.
Also as part of handwritten will and he left the control of the family holding company, Fininvest, to his two eldest children, a source has confirmed.
The three-time Italian Prime Minister, who died last month and whose empire is estimated to be worth more than €6bn, also left €100m to his brother, Paolo, and €30m to Marcello Dell’Utri, a former senator with his Forza Italia party who served jail time for association with the mafia.
In the will, Berlusconi, who died of leukaemia aged 86, wrote: “I leave the available stock in equal parts to my children Marina and Pier Silvio. I leave all the rest in equal parts to my five children Marina, Pier Silvio, Barbara, Eleonora and Luigi.”
Berlusconi was controversial for his age-defying beauty treatment and sex parties.