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Inside Barbara Windsor's will and who she left her eye-watering fortune to

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Barbara Windsor quickly became the nation's sweetheart after appearing on stage and on screen.Rising to fame at the age of 13, the star later became known for her role as a schoolgirl in The Belles of St.

Trinian's in 1954.After receiving a Tony Award nomination for the 1964 Broadway production of Oh, What A Lovely War!, Barbara went on to become a household name starring in a number of Carry On films.READ NEXT: Neighbours fans call for Karl Kennedy to join EastEnders as Alan Fletcher visits setHowever, fans will also remember her for her iconic role in BBC's EastEnders playing the legendary Peggy Mitchell from 1994 to 2016.But although things were flourishing for Barbara on screen, Alzheimer's disease gradually started to take hold of her life from as early as 2006.In December 2020, the British actress died from the awful condition leaving the world devastated by her loss.So as it would have been Barbara's birthday today, Daily Star has taken a look inside her will and who she left her millions to.Barbara married her younger husband Scott Mitchell in the year 2000 and he helped care for her during the years she battled Alzheimer's.So it came as no surprise that the actress decided to leave most of her fortune to her Scott.According to reports, Barbara's husband was left £4.6 million of her estate.Talking to the Mirror last year, Scott revealed that he had planned to a memorial event to celebrate Barbara's life.He explained at the time: 'I'm definitely getting something together for next year.

I have to give myself time - it's only been nine months since she passed. I'm still processing it."But there will be something next year.

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