Kevin Mazur/WireImageDavid Bowie left an estate valued at about $100 million, according to his will, the BBC reports.

The will, filed Friday in New York City under Bowie’s legal name, David Robert Jones, reportedly states that half will go to his widow, model Iman. She also receives the home she shared with her late husband in New York City.

Bowie’s son, Duncan Jones, and daughter, Alexandria Zahra Jones, both received 25 percent of the estate, with Alexandria also receiving a home in upstate New York.

The star’s personal assistant, Corinne Schwab, was left $2 million. A former nanny, Marion Skene, was left $1 million.

According to the will, written in 2004, Bowie requests that he be cremated in Bali, but if it’s “not practical,” he asks that his ashes be scattered there anyway “in accordance with the Buddhist rituals.”

Bowie’s body was cremated on January 12 in New Jersey, according to a death certificate filed with the will.

The legendary rocker died of cancer two days earlier at the age of 69.

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