Hugh Hefner, Crystal Harris
Hugh Hefner left his Hollywood home to Crystal Harris (L), pictured at Playboy's 2013 Playmate Of The Year luncheon on May 9, 2013 in Holmby Hills, California. Getty Images

Hugh Hefner arranged for his widow Crystal Harris to live comfortably ahead of his death, according to reports. The plan detailed that Harris would be the sole owner of his Hollywoods Hills residence.

Harris, 31, will also receive $5 million.

It was previously reported that Harris wouldn't receive a penny of Hefner's $43 million upon his death. Hefner, however, secretly made the deal as part of a prenuptial agreement Hefner and Harris signed before tying the knot in 2012, according to the deed obtained by TMZ Saturday. The Hollywood Hills home is reportedly co-owned by Hefner and Harris.

"The dramatic age difference between difference & Crystal & me really doesn't matter," Hefner tweeted in 2012. "Whatever time I have left, we want to spend together."

The Playboy founder purchased the 5,900-square-foot home for Harris in 2013. The house, which is just above the Sunset Strip, was first built in 2011. The modernized home boasts four bedrooms, five bathrooms, walnut floors, a floating staircase, a home entertainment center and spa, among other amenities, Curbed Los Angeles reported.

Hefner reportedly bought the luxury pad for $4.995 million. The former couple had no immediate plans to move into the new home. They resided within The Playboy Mansion until Hefner died Thursday. The Playboy Mansion's lease, however, detailed that Hefner was paying rent to live in the 29-room home, Forbes reported in 2013.


Movie night with @crystalhefner. Tonight's Mansion movie is "Harvey." #playboymansion #easterweekend

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Harris was Hefner's third wife. He was previously married to Mildred Williams and Kimberley Conrad. Former Playmate Holly Madison introduced the discussion of marriage, but Hefner said he "was not prepared at this point to marry again." Hefner, however, found something special in Harris that allowed them to create a successful bond.

"I tried marriage twice before but there's no comparison. This is the real deal. And to find true love at this age? It's remarkable," Hefner told Us Weekly in 2014.

Harris also shared the same sentiment.

"Well for me it meant more security, knowing that I am the one for him," Harris said of her reason for marrying Hefner on Huff Post Live. "Like we were talking about, there are always girls in and out and always the feeling of maybe being replaced... And he made sure I didn't feel that way anymore and that was what the wedding was all about."

Harris added, "I love learning about all the history... Just being more involved in his life and learning about Playboy and all the things he has done to change the world."

Hefner and Harris met in 2008. The publishing mogul, at the time, had his hands full. The pair's relationship took a serious turn when Hefner popped the question in 2010.

The wedding was first slated for June 18, 2011, at the mansion. Harris, however, called off the wedding. During a 2011 interview with Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM radio show, Harris said she "didn't think it was really fair to him" that she wasn't "at peace" with herself. Harris added that she also wasn't comfortable having other girls around, despite that being his normal lifestyle.

"I made the commitment, quite frankly, because I felt that I had, in a previous relationship with Holly [Madison], not been there for her in a way that she wanted me to be," Hefner told Piers Morgan in 2011. "I just wanted to do whatever would make the relationship work."