Bee Gees star Robin Gibb has left £4m to take care of the three-year-old daughter he fathered with his former housekeeper Claire Yang.
The singer, who passed away last Sunday, agreed to the lump-sum payment for his love child, Snow Evelyn Robin Juliet Gibb, in January 2012.
Robin's widow Dwina, who reportedly enjoyed an open marriage with her husband, is now said to be concerned that Claire will press for more money. Claire had a long-term affair with Robin but Dwina asked her to leave the family home when she became pregnant.
Robin paid for her to live in a £850,000 house before Snow was born in November 2008. He died at the age of 62 on Sunday after battling liver and colon cancer.
A source told The Mirror that the legal wrangling during Robin's chemotherapy and surgery had upset Dwina, adding: "If Claire does go to the funeral she will be keeping her distance from Dwina and it will be awkward. Robin never walked away from his responsibilities and always made sure the child was fully provided for."
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