Angelina Jolie's mom leaves three of six grandkids $100,000 trust funds.
Three of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's children were left a handsome six-figure sum by the actress' late mother, Marcheline Bertrand.
Bertrand -- who died in 2007 after a cancer battle -- gave Maddox, 8, Zahara, 6, and Shiloh, 3, each $100,000 in a new trust fund.
The three cannot have access to the money until they turn 25.
By which time it should be a tidy sum. If the entire international banking system doesn't collapse.
Don't go all Gosselin over why Pax, 4, and the "unrestricted" couple's newborn twins Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline (named after her grandma) got snubbed.
TMZ.com reports that "Grandma's will was last updated in 2006, before any of them came into the picture."
Plus, it's not like any of these kids will need Grandma's money.
If they turn out anything like their charitable parents, these kids will probably use their inheritances to build orphanages or help kids around the world.
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