Hugh Hefner leaves his wife $5-million cash and a $7-million real estate despite iron-clad prenup agreement, reports say

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Hugh Hefner, the founder of the Playboy Magazine which he founded in 1953, did not leave his wife Crystal Harris, 31, with ‘nothing’.

Despite the model signing a strict prenuptial agreement and is believed to have never been added in the magnate’s $43 million will, Hefner left Harris $5-million in cash and a four-bedroom modern-style home in Los Angeles worth $7 million, according to TMZ.

The ultra modern house comes complete with a cinema room, huge kitchen and an outdoor infinity swimming pool.

Floor to ceiling mirrors and the bright white interiors ensure the luxury home is always filled with Los Angeles sunlight.

The party pad also boasts a games room adjoined to the deluxe cinema room featuring a pool table, poker table and reclining chairs.

Hefner bought the 5,900-square-foot home for $4,995,000 and placed the deed in a trust for Harris in 2012, the year before they married.

The rest of his estate has been divided between his children: Marston and now-Penthouse-boss Cooper, who were born to second wife Kimberley Conrad; and Christie and David, whom he had with first wife Mildred Williams.