Who will Raffaella Carrà’s inheritance go to? For now there is no news about it, but several hypotheses are circulating. Having had no children and no parents still alive, the heritage of the Italian queen of television and costume could go to two grandchildren, Matteo and Federica. In fact, Carrà took care of them after the death of her brother Renzo, who passed away in 2001 at the age of 56 due to a brain tumor.
“I have two forty-year-old boys, sons of my brother who is no longer here, they give me a certain amount of work – Raffaella said in an interview – I work as a father instead of a mother”. As reported by the Messenger, the two grandchildren should receive a slice of the inheritance, certainly at least a share of the legitimate one, or that part destined by law to the closest relatives. Another part could instead be destined for one of his great lovesi, that is to the director and choreographer Sergio Japino, who had to give the news of the death of the 78-year-old showgirl and TV presenter.
“Raffaella left us – was her announcement – she went to a better world, where her humanity, her unmistakable laugh and her extraordinary talent will shine forever”. La Carrà passed away yesterday afternoon, Monday 5 July, due to a hidden disease that had attacked her body for some time.