Karl Lagerfeld’s cat, Choupette, could be set to inherit a chunk of the late fashion legend’s estimated $125 million fortune.
The 85-year-old icon, who died Tuesday in Paris, previously said that he’d name his beloved Birman kitty as one of his heirs.
“Among others, yes,” Lagerfeld said when asked if he would name the blue-eyed feline in his will during an interview last year. “Don’t worry, there is enough for everyone.”
Lagerfeld has gushed in the past over how much he loved Choupette — whom he got as a newborn kitten in 2011.
“There is no marriage, yet, for human beings and animals … I never thought I would fall in love like this with a cat,” he said in 2013.
At home, the charmed cat has two maids who groom her four times a day.
She also enjoyed the same meals as her master — at the dining table — and lounges on a $13,000 Zaha Hadid sofa.
When traveling, Choupette rides in a $1,900 Louis Vuitton cat carrier.
Thank you everyone for your words of condolence. With a once cold but now simply broken heart, I am going into mourning. I pray that your kind words and well-wishes will help me to put my best paw forward in my future without Daddy @KarlLagerfeld & as my own woman. pic.twitter.com/YdUCcfSbQR
— Choupette Lagerfeld (@ChoupettesDiary) February 20, 2019