The last will and testament of John F. Kennedy Jr., filed Friday in Manhattan Surrogates Court, gives all of his personal possessions to the children of his older sister Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg: Rose (11), Tatiana (9) and John (6). The estate of the late publisher, who died at the age of 38 in a July 16 air crash that also claimed his wife Carolyn Bessette Kennedy and her sister Lauren Bessette, is believed to be worth somewhere between $30 million and $100 million. (The will actually stipulates that all his personal items be left to Kennedy's wife, "if she is living on the 30th day after my death," the document says.) Beneficiaries also included other family members, aides and employees, as well as John Jr.'s charity Reaching Up and the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation.
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