CHRIS Evans has revealed he plans to change his will today to include his Virgin Radio co-workers.
Speaking on air, he revealed: “I was in denial for ages before I thought about it and accepted that we are not going to be here forever. I am completely at ease with it – I don’t fear death at all.
“I am going to change my will today off the back of this to include a percentage for – I am not quite sure what percentage – for the ten people I work with closest to at the time of my death or closest to the time of my passing. Vassos, you are in.”
He added, jokingly: “Of course if I mysteriously disappear you will now all have motives.”
Chris worked with Vassos on his BBC Radio 2 show and the sports reporter moved with him when he returned to Virgin this year.
Newsround presenter Rachel also worked on the Radio 2 show doing the travel news.
Chris has four children – Eli, Noah and twins Boo and Walt – with wife Natasha Shishmanian, as well as adult daughter Jade Evans.
The host’s comments come after it was revealed that Geroge left £97.6million to his sisters, his dad and a string of friends — but snubbed lovers Kenny Goss and Fadi Fawaz.
His will also confirmed the bulk of his estate goes to sisters Yioda and Melanie.
And George’s dad Kyriacos is left a horseracing stud farm where he has lived for many years.
Chris Evans, 53, hosts the much-loved radio show every weekday morning from 6.30am, as well as Sundays at 10am.
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