To many who knew the late British designer, Alexander McQueen, the fact that he left $82,000 to his three dogs is no surprise. McQueen loved to showcase his favorite furry friends whenever he could whether it be on the runway or feeding them Bic Macs during interviews.
At the "My Most Treasured..." exhibition in London in 2008, McQueen displayed a collection of pictures of his dogs as his most valued possessions while most celebrities showed off jewelry or accessories.
McQueen took his life at his London apartment on February 11, 2010, and his death is considered an immense loss of talent to the fashion industry.
The 40-year-old designer left far more behind than just his three dogs. McQueen became a part of history when one of his company's designers, Sarah Burton, was chosen to create the royal wedding dress for Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge's marriage to Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge.
Celebrities and A-list designers honored McQueen recently at the opening of an exhibit of his fashion creations at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.