- Queen Elizabeth
- Prince Philip
- Prince Charles
- Princess Diana
- Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
- Prince William
- Kate Middleton
- Prince George
- Princess Charlotte
- Prince Louis
- Prince Harry
- Meghan Markle
- Princess Anne
- Zara Tindall
- Prince Andrew
- Princess Eugene
- Princess Beatrice
- Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex
- Prince Edward, Duke of Kent
- Lady Amelia Windsor
As stated by Wealth-X, Queen Elizabeth is worth around $520 million dollars. Her money comes from the ownership of Balmoral Castle ($140 million) in Aberdeenshire, Scotland and Sandringham House ($65 million) in Norfolk, England, which are her personal properties. She also has a valuable stamp and jewelry collection.
His yearly salary as Duke of Edinburgh was $500,000, and now, as he is retired, his net worth is $30 million.
His net worth is around $400 million. His money comes from his estate Duchy of Cornwall, which has around $1.3 billion in total assets, including land and real estate, and meets the expenses of Prince Charles, his wife Camilla, and his sons Prince William and Prince Harry and their wives.
She got $22.5 million from Prince Charles a year before she passed away as a divorce compensation. Her money and everything else valuable went to her sons.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
The rumor is that Camilla has around $5 million. Her money comes from several endeavors, including real estate holdings, as well as a stipend from the Duchy of Cornwall.
Business Insider stated that Prince William and Prince Harry are worth from $25 and $40 million. They got their mothers inheritance after she passed away: $14 million when they turned 30 and shares of $450,000 each year after they turned 25. While he was working as an East Anglian Air Ambulance pilot he used to get $62,000.
She also gets money from Duchy of Cornwall, however, according to Time, she also has a little personal net worth of around $10 million. Michael and Carole Middleton, her parents, have a mail-order supply store Party Pieces and have an estimated net worth between $30 and $50 million.
Even though the royal children aren’t making any money yet, they still have some influence on the British economy. Prince George’s birth was a $3.6 billion benefit for the British economy.
Her birth brought nearly $5 billion to the British economy. When Princess Charlotte was photographed wearing a distinct yellow cardigan, that corresponding cardigan sold out across Britain.
Since royal births are increasing the British economy, the birth of Prince Louis was no different. He brought £50 million to the British economy this year.
Harry retired from the Royal Air Force after a decade in order to concentrate on philanthropy. While he was in the Royal Air Force, he made a salary of $53,000 a year, and Duchy of Cornwall covers fees associated to royal duties, like travel for official visits, staff, and wardrobe.
She was an actress before becoming a part of the royal family, and she got $50,000 an episode for her role on Suits. Her estimated net worth is $5 million.
Daughter of Queen Elizabeth is worth an estimated $30 million. Her assets combine a yearly stipend from the queen, $7 million in jewelry, a home worth $15 million, and a trust fund set up by her grandfather.
Zara is the daughter of Princess Anne, who is besides being a British royal, also a premier equestrian who won an Olympic silver medal. She has an estimated $20 million net worth through entrepreneurial investments like her own jewelry line.
Father of Eugene and Beatrice has an estimated $75 million. He also receives a yearly allowance from the Queen of about $400,000, as well as a pension from his time in the Navy.
Since she isn’t a ‘’working royal’’ she isn’t supported by the Sovereign Grant (a taxpayer-funded pool of money that meets royal wages and is different from the Duchy of Cornwall). However, in 1994 the Queen Mother—as in, Queen Elizabeth’s mom—put two-thirds of her money in a trust for her great-grandchildren. Eugenie has a job as associate director at London art gallery Hauser & Wirth, where she gets $145,000 a year. Town & Country measures her net worth to be approximately $4.8 million.
Just like her sister Eugene, she doesn’t get anything from the state, but she has trust funds set up in her name, with an estimated $5 million in her name. She currently works as Vice President, Partnerships & Strategy at software company Afiniti.
Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex
Prince Edward is the youngest son of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, with a net worth of $45 million, constituted of payments given by the Queen, as well as the Sovereign Grant.
Prince Edward, Duke of Kent
His worth is around $10 million, including earning $400,000 a year from the Queen for accomplishing his royal duties and a stipend from his time in the British Army.
Lady Amelia Windsor
Her paternal grandfather, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent is a first cousin of Queen Elizabeth. She’s a model who was considered by Tatler to be “The Most Beautiful Royal,” and her Instagram gives a perspicacity to the life of a royal we wouldn’t ordinarily see. She makes an estimated $1 million a year through brand ventures and collaborations.
Source: Marie Claire