Isn’t the purpose of the trust to protect the inheritance for the heir until he reaches whatever age rather than the estate from the heir in perpetuity?
And the success or otherwise of some crappy piece of community theatre is relevant why? Maybe Widderbeth should have told the spluttering old fool that Freddie is a whizz at plumbing.
Because they wanted to do an MGM musical “let’s put on the show right here” plot. All else is subservient to it.
I simply don’t believe that the trustees have the power to decide who is to inherit the estate, nor even when. The provisions of the will are clear that is to be Freddie, and altering the will would be difficult now it has gone through probate. Which we know it did within a year of Nigel’s death, because we were told it had.