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'He will be greatly missed by many, including his wife Crystal, my sister Christie and my brothers David and Marston, and all of us at Playboy Enterprises.' It was also reported that Hefner's wife Crystal Harris will inherit nothing after signing an ironclad prenup before their wedding and was never added to his will.On Wednesday night, as news of Hefner's death began to circulate, mourners began to gather at the gates of his Playboy Mansion to pay their last respects.Marston Hefner also posted the left-hand photo, which has his brother Cooper in the center.Cooper, who now runs the business posted the image on the right.In the final years of his life, Hefner - who had begun to suffer back problems - began to fade from view, not wanting to be seen using a walker to move around, or be seen fiddling with his hearing aid.'It's tough to watch him struggle, but I'm just happy it's physical and not mental,' Cooper told The Hollywood Reporter in August.The only photos of Hefner known to have been taken anywhere in 2017 were three photos shared by him and his younger brother Marston on social media in July and August.The Playboy founder died of natural causes at the age of 91 on Wednesday night.
The magazine publisher was reportedly left unable to walk without assistance and made one of his final public appearances in May 2016 to announce Eugena Washington as Playmate of the Year.Twinkies tycoon Daren Metropoulos, who bought the famous party house, said after his death: 'Hugh Hefner was a visionary in business, a giant in media and an iconic figure of pop culture whose legacy will leave a lasting impact.I was fortunate to know him as a neighbor and friend and I extend my deepest sympathies to his family.' Cooper now runs the business; his brother Marston, once the heir apparent, has had a low profile since a 2012 alleged domestic violence incident.Hugh Hefner launched Playboy Magazine in 1953, and built one of the world's most recognizable brands.But following his death, private equity firm Rizvi Traverse, which invested 7 million in Playboy Enterprises in 2011, has one year to buy his 33 percent stake in the company.
He was pictured again on Father's Day this year in the Playboy Mansion in an intimate photo shared online by his son Cooper.