The heirs of Dmitry Khvorostovsky, who died a few days ago, will have to divide his property. This opinion was expressed by the expert community, having received information about the legacy of the opera singer.
Among other things, Dmitry Hvorostovsky left a large townhouse in London. According to Russian law, the singer's parents, his widow Florence, children, a 10-year-old daughter and teenage son, as well as children from his first marriage, 21-year-old twins and an adopted girl, can claim it.
It is known that the housing of the deceased opera singer and his family is located in the prestigious Hammersmith district of London. Three-meter apartment in a townhouse occupied the entire staircase.The house was occupied by the wife of Dmitry Khvorostovsky, who is familiar with the design not by hearsay - her parents own an antique salon.