Late fashion designer Alexander McQueen left approximately $82,000 to each of his three dogs, Minter, Juice, and Callum, so they can be pampered for the rest of their lives, reportsBBC.
A few years prior to his death McQueen said in an interview with fashion magazine Arena Homme+, "My dogs are the only thing in the world I really trust."
The designer, whose estate was valued at about $26 million, also left the same amount to his two housekeepers, Cesar and Marlene Garcia, for their "long and faithful service," and his nieces and nephews. His two brothers, three sisters, and his godson each received approximately $410,000.
The remainder of his fortune in a trust for the Sarabande charity, which makes grants to people and organizations in need.
McQueen committed suicide in 2010 while suffering depression following the death of his mother.
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