Nearly three weeks after his passing, the contents of David Bowie's will have been made public. According to a report from the New York Times, the document was drafted by the singer at some point in 2004 and divides his estimated $100 million estate between his wife, Iman Abdulmajid Jones who along with their shared New York City apartment also received half of his net worth, with his son, the director Duncan Jones and his daughter Alexandria Zahra Jones who received 25% each. Additionally, he left his personal assistant Corinne Schwab $2 million and his stock in the company Opossum Inc along with $1 million to his former nanny Marion Skene.
It was also Bowie's wish that his body be cremated and his ashes be scattered in the Indonesian province of Bali following a Buddhist ceremony. As the Times points out, the tropical island locale was a favored vacation spot of his and frequent collaborator Iggy Pop's throughout the 1980s.