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Whitney Houston's will has been released, and 19-year-old Bobbi Kristina Brown is the sole beneficiary. In the 19-page document obtained by Inside Edition, Houston willed her entire estate, including her furniture, clothing, jewelry and cars, to Bobbi, her daughter with ex-husband Bobby Brown.
Since Bobbi Kristina is still a teenager, the money will be held in a trust executed by Whitney's mother, Cissy, until Bobbi turns 21. She'll have access to more money when she turns 25, and the rest when she turns 30.
Houston's will was drafted in 1993, the year Bobbi Kristina was born, and last revised in 2000 -- when Whitney was still married to Bobby Brown. Nevertheless, Whitney left nothing to her ex-husband. (However, the will does specify that if Bobbi Kristina had died before Whitney, Whitney's jewelry would go to Cissy and her remaining assets would be divided among family members, including Bobby Brown.)
This Sunday, Bobbi Kristina is opening up about her mother's death for the first time in an interview with Oprah Winfrey. Along with Whitney's brother Gary and sister-in-law Patricia, Bobbi Kristina will appear on the OWN show Oprah's Next Chapter to talk about her mother, and the "rumors and speculation" surrounding her untimely death on Feb. 11. (Watch the preview below.) The special will be preceded by a re-airing of Whitney's last in-depth interview, her two-hour sit-down with Oprah in 2009.
In the days following her mother's passing, Bobbi Kristina broke down with grief and was checked into the hospital twice. Before the funeral, Bobby Brown released a statement that Bobbi Kristina was "doing much better" and that his family would "continue to provide love and support" to help her heal.
In the preview for their interview, Oprah calls Bobbi Kristina "the love of Whitney's life."