Larry King left his £ 2 million estate to his children.

The veteran broadcaster died last month at the age of 87 and his handwritten will is now out, dated October 17, 2019, two months after filing for divorce from seventh wife Shawn Southwick King and less than a year before his Two children, Andy and Chaia, died within three weeks last summer.

The document requested that Larry’s entire estate be divided equally between his descendants Andy and Chaia, as well as Larry Jr., 59, Chance (21) and Cannon (20).

According to People, it read, “This is my last will and will. It should replace all previous scriptures. In the event of my death, I want 100% (written over illegible strikethrough words) of my money every day after the above date to be equal Share to be shared among my kids Andy, Chaia, Larry Jr., Chance & Cannon. “

Larry Jr. has applied to be appointed administrator of his father’s estate, finding that his father divorced the mother of his half-siblings at the time of his death.

Larry was hospitalized in December after contracting the coronavirus, but Shawn previously announced that he had died of sepsis and “beat” the virus before he died.

She said, “It was an infection, it was sepsis. He was finally ready to go, I’ll tell you. You know, he never wanted to go, but his cute little body was just, it had just been hit so many times with so many things and when we heard the word COVID all our hearts sank. But he hit it you know he hit it but it took its toll and then finally the unrelated infection hit him, but boy, he wouldn’t go down easily. “