Amy Winehouse left her drug-addicted former husband out of her will – of an estimated £10 million.

After the pair divorced in 2009, the singer made provisions so that her ex-husband, Blake Fielder-Civil wouldn’t get any of her fortune.

In April it was estimated that she had £6 million, but after record sales went up and Back To Black topped the iTunes chart in 17 countries yesterday, it is said to be over £10 million. The album is expected to be number one in this week’s official UK charts.

Legal experts say Winehouse’s money will be divided between her immediate family, including mother Janis, father Mitch and older brother Alex.

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Janis suffers from MS and a close family friend told the Daily Mail: “Don’t expect everything to be straightforward. Janis is very sweet, but very meek and not in the best of health, Mitch is always the one in charge.”

Last month Fielder-Civil began a 32-month sentence for burglary and possession of an imitation firearm.

Fielder-Civil’s mother Georgette said: “He’s devastated and profiting from Amy’s death would be the last thing on his mind.”

Winehouse’s body was released yesterday and a private funeral will be held in Golders Green today. The ceremony will be Jewish and it is reported that, following her cremation, her ashes will be mixed with her grandmother’s.