Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie Leaves Behind A Massive Fortune

According to recently disclosed probate documents, the late Fleetwood Mac keyboardist and singer Christine McVie left a substantial fortune of £70 million after her passing.

The papers also showed that her inheritance was primarily distributed to her brother, John Perfect, and his children. Additionally, she included several charities in her will. According to the documents, her former manager, Martin Wyatt, and US businessman Paul Glass were appointed as the executors of her estate.

She died at the age of 79 in November of the previous year, having endured an ischemic stroke and fought against cancer. McVie penned some of Fleetwood Mac’s biggest hits like ‘Little Lies,’ ‘Everywhere,’ ‘Don’t Stop,’ and ‘Songbird.’ The late musician also embarked on a solo career, releasing her own material.

Remaining Fleetwood Mac members recently posted a message on their social media to celebrate Christine’s 80th birthday, writing:

“For Christine. Here we are, thinking of you on your heavenly 80th birthday! For me, although missing you on this celebration of your 80th birthday… I like so many have the greatest memories in plenty! And most of all, your songs are lighting up the world on this your birthday. Chris, Happy Birthday. You are loved and dearly missed.”

Another birthday celebration came from Rhino Records, which shared a previously-unreleased song named ‘Little Darlin” by McVie. The late singer recorded it while she was making her 2004 solo album ‘In The Meantime.’