The proceeds from the estate of late TV presenter Caroline Flack will reportedly be given to charities that were close to her heart.
The 40-year-old Love Island host took her own life in February while awaiting trial for an alleged assault of her boyfriend - claims that both of them had strongly denied.
According to The Sun, Flack died without having written a will, meaning that her assets were shared equally between her parents.
The total value of her assets was put at more than £2 million, although the figure shrunk significantly to £827,961 once her debts were settled and government taxes were taken off.
Flack's mother Christine told the newspaper: "We will use the money wisely to help good causes that Caroline was passionate about."
Friends and family of the star are planning a two-day hike in the Lake District next February to raise money for the Samaritans.