Late rock legend David Bowie, who died at age 69 from cancer, was a very generous husband, father and boss. His will, which was drawn up in 2004, was filed in Manhattan Surrogate Court on Friday, Jan. 29, 2016.
He left his $100 million fortune to his wife since 1992, Iman, and his two children.
Bowie’s Little Tonshi Mountain estate near Woodstock in the Catskills was left to Alexandria, 15, born of he and Iman’s union.
Duncan Jones, a successful director who is Bowie’s son from his first marriage, gets the same 25% share as Alexandria, his half sister, and the rest of the residual estate.
Iman gets the other 50% of his estate plus all of his other real estate, including their apartment in SoHo on Lafayette Street and homes around the world.
His long time personal assistant, Corinne Coco Schwab, received $2 million and Marion Skene of Switzerland, who was his older child’s nanny, received $1 million.
Bowie requested his body be cremated and his ashes spread in a Buddhist ritual in Bali.