Previous Commons speaker Betty Boothroyd left more than £3.7million to her buddies and charities, her will exposed.
The groundbreaking Baroness, who died in February aged 93, also asked for Climb Every single Mountain to be performed at her funeral service.
She left legacies to 20 close friends for their “hard get the job done and headache”.
They provided £5,000 and numerous presents to goddaughter Jacqueline Martinez, with whom she appeared in a movie star version of Who Needs To Be A Millionaire? in 2002.
However all those had been later revoked in a revision to her will in advance of her death.
Good friends also obtained pics of her conference the late Queen and South African hero Nelson Mandela.
Sums of £20,000 every ended up donated to a string of charities including Christian Assist, Marie Curie and The Information Dogs for the Blind Affiliation.
Quite a few parts of artwork were still left to the Commons which includes her portrait by John Bratby plus watercolours of the Palace of Westminster by MPs.
Other products outlined involve a box provided by Russian president Boris Yeltsin and a silver teapot from 1799.
Yorkshire-born Betty was a Tiller Girl who danced at the London Palladium in advance of she entered politics.
She was elected MP for West Bromwich West in 1973 and was voted in as the 1st — and so significantly only — Madam Speaker in 1992.
She had no small children and turned down a number of marriage proposals, as “politics usually got in the way”.
In 2000, aged 70, she stood down as Speaker, ending her previous PMQs as she often did, shouting: “Right, time’s up.”
She then expended 20 several years in the Lords.