‘Lazarus’ David Bowie Leaves Children Duncan & Alexandria Zahra Jones 25 Percent of Estate

By James Knight on Jan 31, 2016 02:12 AM EST

David Bowie left his millions and millions of fans with two amazing goodbye gifts, the off-Broadway musical Lazarus and the new album Blackstar. New details about the legendary rockers funeral are willa are starting to come out and we are getting to see how his family laid him to rest and what he left his two children, (Warcraft co-writer and director) Duncan Jones and Alexandria Zahra Jones. According to the BBC Bowie’s willed both his children 25 percent of his estate.

David Bowie’s will reportedly give gave both of children 25 percent of his estate. Bowie (whose real name was David Robert Jones) also reportedly left his 15-year-old daughter Alexandria Zahra Jones his home in upstate New York. It was not mentioned if Bowie left anything else to his son Duncan Jones. However, Duncan being successful 44-year-old acclaimed film writer and director, and Alexandria Zahra being only 15, it is understand that David would want to make sure she has her own home.

Fans of Bowie may hear from him once again in the future. Bowie’s friend and producer Tony Visconti revealed to Rolling Stone that the rockstar had five demo tracks he was working on before his death:

"At that late stage, he was planning the follow-up to Blackstar. And I was thrilled, and I thought, and he thought, that he'd have a few months, at least. Obviously, if he's excited about doing his next album, he must've thought he had a few more months. So the end must've been very rapid. I'm not privy to it. I don't know exactly, but he must've taken ill very quickly after that phone call."

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