Whitney Houston has left all of her personal belongings to her daughter Bobbi Kristina and the singer's fortune will be placed in trust for when the teen turns 21.
The pop superstar was found dead in the bathroom of her Los Angeles hotel suite last month and she was laid to rest a week later, and it has now been revealed that Bobbi Kristina, Houston's only child with ex-husband Bobby Brown, is the sole beneficiary of her mother's will, which was last amended in 2000.
The 19 year old will receive the "I Will Always Love You" hitmaker's furniture, clothing, personal effects, jewelry and cars, according to the legal document, obtained by Inside Edition.
Houston's money will be placed in a trust until Bobbi Kristina turns 21 in 2014. She'll receive additional money when she turns 25, and will be given access to the rest of her mother's fortune when she turns 30.
Cissy Houston, the singer's mother, is the executor of the will.