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Monty Python's Terry Jones 'turning in his grave' over will dispute claims second wife, 38

The Monty Python stars’ elder children believe their father did not have the mental capacity to change his will and are now claiming for “reasonable provision” to their father’s estate under the 1975 Inheritance Act, according to The Sun.

Terry left his estate to his wife of nine years Anna and their daughter, Siri in 2015.

He left Fegg Features, the company that handles royalties from his work to his first wife Alison and children Sally and Bill.

Anna sold the property she was left with for £2.8 million in March, and now lives in a two bedroom flat in Camden, North London.


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