Los Angeles: Natasha Richardson's will has been revealed—and, as expected, the late actress left the bulk of her estate to her beloved husband, Liam Neeson.

Per documents obtained by the New York Post, Richardson, who died March 18 after suffering a brain injury in a fall at a Quebec ski resort, also willed $200,000 to her half-sister, Katharine Grimond Hess; $50,000 to Josephine Burke, an employee who lives in London; $20,000 to an aunt; and $10,000 to Kevin Mark Harris, a television costumer who resides in New York.

No word on the worth of the assets the British-born thesp bestowed to Neeson, who was named coexecutor of her estate with longtime friend Aidan Quinn when the will was written in 2005.

The couple, who have two teenage children, owned houses in Manhattan and the Hudson Valley, where she is buried near her grandmother, Rachel.

A member of the British theatrical dynasty—whose parents are legendary actress Vanessa Redgrave and film director Tony Richardson—Natasha Richardson would have turned 46 on May 11.