Harry Potter actor, Michael Gambon handed over his £1.5million estate to his wife and left nothing to his lover/ mother of his teenage sons


Harry Potter actor, Michael Gambon handed over his �1.5million estate to his wife and left nothing to his lover/ mother of his teenage sons

Irish actor, Sir Michael Gambon handed over his £1.5million estate to his wife, leaving nothing to the long-term lover who is the mother of his two teenage sons.

 

 

The Dumbledore actor dated set designer Phillipa Hart 25 years his junior, while married to Lady Anne Gambon. 

 

Harry Potter actor, Michael Gambon handed over his �1.5million estate to his wife and left nothing to his lover/ mother of his teenage sons

 

After his death last September at 82, his will was published on March 5. In the will, the late actor passed almost the entire fortune to Lady Anne.

 

 

According to Mail Online,  Lady Anne is listed as an executor along with her son, Fergus, 60, by the star who appeared in six Harry Potter movies as Hogwarts headteacher Prof Albus Dumbledore.

 

Harry Potter actor, Michael Gambon handed over his �1.5million estate to his wife and left nothing to his lover/ mother of his teenage sons

 

Provision was made for the £1,465,882 fortune to pass to Fergus if his mother had died before her husband. 

 

 

Meanwhile, Ms Hart, who lived openly with Sir Michael in a West London townhouse, did not receive her penny in the will which was drawn up and signed in 2016.

 

 

She had two children with the actor – Tom, 17, and 15-year-old William, who each received just £10,000 and a trophy, according to the three-page document.

 

 

They are both given a Silver Heart Variety Club of Great Britain stage actor award – the eldest gets the one awarded to his dad in 1987, while the youngest gets the trophy presented in 2000.

 

 

 

Speaking from her £1.5million Victorian terraced four-bed, Ms Hart said: ‘It’s none of my business. I really don’t want to talk about this.’

 

 

Fergus also declined to comment when approached at their £5million Grade II listed family mansion in Meopham, Kent.

 

 

He said of his mother: ‘She won’t want to speak to you.’

 

 

Sir Michael died in September last year aged 82 following a bout of pneumonia, with his wife Anne and son Fergus at his bedside.

 

 

Ms Hart first met the actor while filming the Channel 4 series Longitude in 2000.

 

 

For two decades he split his time between her and Lady Anne.

 

 

 

 



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