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British newspaper The Sun claims Grahame's will shows that any surviving child of hers would have inherited her £322,000 fortune, but sadly Grahame never had any children.
The will was drawn up three years before she passed.
Her estate has been inherited by her mum Susan and nephew Sunny, as well as £10,000 being given to a friend.
Grahame expressed her wishes to become a mother in an interview with new! in 2019, but her long-term anorexia diagnosis left her infertile.
She was hoping to use an egg donor and carry the child herself, saying: "I've enquired at a few clinics in London. Ideally, I'd meet the right guy and we could go through the process together."
Grahame has "never had a period" and her "ovaries cannot produce eggs which means" she "cannot have children."
"I'm so independent. I think I'd be such a good mum because I know I'm capable when I put my mind to it," Grahame added.
Blue singer Duncan James, a good friend of Grahame, recently. revealed that she wanted him to be a sperm donor.
He told OK! after her death, "I loved Nikki. She said she wanted me to be her sperm donor. I remember speaking to her about it and she was like, 'Well, if you can't be my boyfriend, you can at least be my sperm donor, because I want you to be the daddy of my children.'"
However, it seems that Grahame's plan to have James be a sperm donor did not work out in the end.
Grahame was best known for her appearances on reality TV shows Big Brother, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Princess Nikki and Celebrity Juice.
Grahame struggled with anorexia her whole life, and though she was in recovery for a number of years, she relapsed again in March 2021. After receiving treatment at Dorset County Hospital, she was found dead in her flat at the age of 38.
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