Finally, Gloria Vanderbilt's Will Has Been Announced: Her Second Child Might Not Get A Penny!

Famed socialite and CNN presenter Anderson Cooper's mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, passed away on June 17. She was hospitalized only a week prior to her demise as cancer had spread to her stomach.


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After witnessing her full life of 95 years, his son and fans were very devastated as she was laid to rest. Now, it's time to know what she left behind for her close ones in inheritance.

Her will has been revealed

Gloria Vanderbilt net-worth stood at $200 million. In 2014, Anderson had told in a radio interview that he won't be inheriting any of it as he believes this unearned money to be a curse. Whether he likes it or not, he was still born with a silver spoon in his mouth.


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PageSix has acquired Gloria's final will that was submitted in Manhattan surrogate court. According to the document, her eldest son Stan Stokowski will be getting her Midtown pad at 30 Beekman Place. What about all the rest? Well, everything else will be transferred to her youngest one, Anderson.


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Fans' reaction

Christopher Stokowski is Gloria's estranged son and direct brother to Stan. Her will mentioned no heritage to him. Social media users were the first to observe that.

Also, people lightly gushed over Anderson's luck.

It's was Gloria Vanderbilt's wealth and she knew better what to do with it. It's a little early, but congratulations to Anderson for having a part of his mother's legacy. Share this and keep praying for her soul.