London - Hugh Hefner will be buried alongside Marilyn Monroe.
The Playboy founder - who passed away at the age of 91 of natural causes on Wednesday - owns the crypt next to the Hollywood icon's at the Westwood Village Memorial Park in Los Angeles, which he is reported to have purchased for $75 000 in 1992.
The Hollywood icon - who died in 1962 at the age of 36 - was the first-ever cover star in Playboy magazine, which was first published in 1953 and the issue sold over 50 000 copies.
Hugh, who set up the brand up in his kitchen with just $8 000 to get it off the ground, revealed in an interview in the publication in 2000 that it was his comedian friend Jay Leno, 67, that suggested he should buy the plot.
Not only did the showbiz legend want to be near to the 'Some Like It Hot' actress, but he also has several friends buried there, including jazz musician Buddy Rich and Canadian Playboy Playmate, Dorothy Stratten, who was murdered in 1989.