Iman Back Walkin The Dog After Bowies Death

David Bowie ‘s wife Iman put on a brave face walking the family pooch Tuesday in NYC.

It’s the first time Iman’s been seen in public since Bowie passed away  last month from cancer. She tooled around her Soho neighborhood and, gotta say … she looks amazing.

Hard to believe she’s 60 … dog’s cute too.

In David Bowie’s will he disperses Bowie’s $100 million fortune among his family and a couple of employees.

Bowie’s wife, Iman, will receive half of his fortune, as well as the apartment the two shared in Manhattan’s SoHo. A pair of New York lawyers will pay Iman from a trust four times a year, but she can ask for additional funds to support her “health, education and maintenance,” . Duncan Jones, Bowie’s 44-year-old son from a previous marriage gets 25 percent (about $25 million); his daughter with Iman, Alexandria Zahra Jones, will get the same, though through a trust, since she’s only 15. Lexi also inherited Bowie’s “mountain retreat” in upstate New York.

The rest of Bowie’s estate was divided up among two of his staffers: Duncan’s onetime nanny, Marion Skene, received $1 million, and Corinne “Coco” Schwab, Bowie’s longtime personal assistant (whom The Telegraph credits with “saving Bowie’s life,” a reference to his wild days during the 1970s), received $2 million. Schwab also inherited Bowie’s stock in a company called “Opossum Inc.,” which, in another deliciously Bowie-esque twist, is something of a mysterious entity. “It’s unclear what Opossum does,”  “and Bowie’s New York-based lawyer did not return a call seeking comment on the issue.”


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