Pablo Picasso married twice and had 3 children by mistresses, but under French law, only his Paul born to his first wife Olga Khokhlova (pronounced “coke-loave-ah”) was considered legitimate as a legal heir to Picasso’s wealth. Work dominated Picasso’s life with his own children referring to themselves as an “amusement” and a “distraction” for their father in between breaks he took from his work. Claude, Paloma, and Maya, Picasso’s other 3 children, eventually used a new law in 1972 to deem them...
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