NEIL ASPINALL, the man who ran the Apple music empire, left a sum of nearly £7m in his will.
Mr Aspinall, a father-of-five who was described as closer to all of The Beatles than anyone, died at the age of 66 in March.
He was being treated for lung cancer at a hospital in New York when he died.
Mr Aspinall left his fortune in trust, with the income going to Suzy, his wife of 40 years.
It will then be inherited by his five children, Vincent Roag Best, Gayla, Dhara, Julian and Mandy.
Mr Aspinall went to school with Paul McCartney and George Harrison at the Liverpool Institute for Boys.
He would later become a co-founder of Sir Paul’s Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
As the band’s popularity grew, he stayed with them as an assistant and fixer until 1968, when he became manager of Apple Corps.
Taking on the role on the condition that he would do it “only until they found someone else”, he only left the role last year.