Anderson Cooper won't be getting mommy's millions.
Anderson Cooper may be sitting on millions of dollars, but he insists he has no trust fund from his millionaire mother. The cable news anchor, 46, is the son of heiress Gloria Vanderbilt - of New York railroad fortune fame - though insists the family's old money won't make its way to him.
Anderson Cooper Is Doing Just Fine On His Own
"My mom's made clear to me that there's no trust fund," Cooper told radio host Howard Stern on Monday. "There's none of that." The anchor said he "doesn't believe in inheriting money" and thinks it would be a "curse."
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