Actor Peter Bowles left a £300,000 fortune following his death in March.
The 'To The Manor Born' star died earlier this year aged 85 after a battle with cancer and it's now been revealed he left behind a handsome sum in trust for his beloved wife Susan Bennett - with Susan being named as a trustee along with the couple's son Guy, according to the Daily Star.
The publication reports the trust's funds can be used to make provisions for education, investing and maintenance.
Peter and Susan were married for more than 60 years, and were parents to three children Guy, Adam and Sasha.
Announcing the actor's death in March, his agent simply confirmed Peter had "sadly passed away from cancer".
Peter was best known for his role as self-made businessman Richard DeVere in classic BBC sitcom 'To The Manor Born' opposite Dame Penelope Keith from 1979 to 1981, while the pair later reprised their roles for a 2007 special.
He also appeared in other TV series including 'The Avengers', 'The Saint', 'Only When I Laugh' and 'Perfect Scoundrels' as well on the big screen in the likes of 'Eyewitness', 'The Steal', 'Colour Me Kubrick' and 'The Bank Job'.
In 2016 he starred in BBC Two series 'Murder', and he recently played the Duke of Wellington alongside Jenna Coleman in 'Victoria'.
Peter also worked extensively in the theatre with early roles at the Old Vic in 1956, starring in 45 theatrical productions over the years with his stage career ending aged 81 in 'The Exorcist' at the Phoenix Theatre.