It is reported that Karl Lagerfeld, the artistic director for Chanel, died aged 85 in Paris, leaving the fashion world at the loss of the man.
As the fashion world mourns Lagerfeld, his beloved cat Choupette is one of a number who could be set to inherit his 150million fortune.
One of the designer's most important companions in later life was his Birman cat Choupette, who he has called his one true love and said he would marry if it were legal.
Last year he told an interviewer that 'among others' he would be giving his riches to Choupette.
But Choupette isn't only a kept kitty, for she made more than 2.3million in one year alone after appearing in just two ad campaigns — one for Japenese beauty product Shu Uemura, and for German car company Vauxhall.
The gorgeous Birman cat has more than 128,000 Instagram followers. And it has been the inspiration for many of Lagerfeld's designs.
Speaking of his desire to make their relationship to be 'official', Lagerfeld once said: 'There is no marriage, yet, for human beings and animals… I never thought that I would fall in love like this with a cat.
'I look a lot like her, we're really like an old couple.'
It is not yet known who will look after Choupette after Lagerfeld's death.