George Harrison was an incredible musician that proved his talent in his amazing solo career after The Beatles end. Like all his bandmates he made a lot of money. The guitarist died in 2001 from lung cancer and left a fortune of more than £ 90 million in his will.
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Most of the star’s fortune went to his wife, Olivia Harrison, and son Dhani. However, the wealth was also divided between “family members” and “several unspecified charities”. It is assumed that part of the money went to the Hare Krishna groups.
The fortune was estimated, before expenses, at an impressive 99,226,700 million pounds. However, thanks to royalties from the guitarist’s work, the musician’s wealth has certainly not stopped increasing.
Recently Dhani and Olivia announced a donation of half a million dollars to Covida-19 Relief. The foundation was started by the late Beatle in 1973 with the release of the LP Living in the Material World. The money donated went to funds to MusiCare’s COVID-19 Foundation, Save the Children, and Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders).
Unlike Harrison, there was a lot of tension related to John Lennon’s will. In an interview with The Telegraph, his son Julian Lennon revealed that he was sad to discover that his half-brother was the main heir to the fortune. While he was not in the document. Virtually all of Lennon‘s money, estimated to be over £ 220 at the time, went to Yoko and their son Sean.
In an interview with Playboy, he said: “Sean is a planned child, and therein lies the difference. “I don’t love Julian any less as a child. He’s still my son, whether he came from a bottle of whiskey or because they didn’t have pills in those days. He’s here, he belongs to me and he always will.”