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Cricket legend Shane Warne leaves $20 million estate to his three children



Cricket legend Shane Warne has left his $20 million estate to his three children.

Warne, who suddenly died last March left his vast assets to his children Summer, Jackson and Brooke Warne, The Sydney Morning Herald reports.

The details of his will came from probate records that have just been released in Victoria, which includes his $6.5 million property on the Mornington Peninsula.

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Warne also left two per cent of his estate to his brother, Jason Warne, and two and a half per cent each to niece Tyla Warne and nephew Sebastian Warne.

The will, dated December 3, 2021, doesn't leave anything to Warne's ex-wife Simone Callahan, the paper reports.

Warne also had a $1.2 million deposit on a property in The Esplanade in St Kilda, in Melbourne's inner south.

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Brooke Warne, Jackson Warne and Summer Warne unveil the 'Shane Warne Stand' during the state memorial service.

He had $5 million in a Commonwealth Bank account and $1.3 million in personal loans, as well as over $2 million in shares.

In the will Warne left his large car collection to son Jackson, including a $350,000 Mercedes-Benz.

That includes his $350,000 Mercedes-Benz.

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Summer Warne speaks on stage alongside Jackson Warne and Brooke Warne during the state memorial service for former Australian cricketer Shane Warne at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 30, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia.

Warne had a heart attack while on holiday in Thailand on March 4, 2022.

A star-studded special memorial was held for 'Warnie' at the MCG.

His children unveiled a stand bearing his name.

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