Net worth: $12.78 million
The Duchess of Cambridge may have married into the royal family but her own family’s net worth makes up an impressive AU$64 million thanks to their successful business, Party Pieces. Her own net worth is estimated to be around $12.78 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. It is almost double that of Meghan Markle because of savings, and her national worth with clothes sales and tourism revenue.
Net worth: $38.5 million
The Duke of Edinburgh earns just over $567, 000 annually by the Sovereign Grant for his royal title. In addition to that, he receives around $638, 500 each year ‘to meet the expenses of carrying out his public duties in support of the queen,’ according to a UK Government site.
Prince William and Prince Harry
Net worth: $51 million each
A large bulk of their net worth comes from Princess Diana’s inheritance money, from which they each received around $12.8 million. The brothers also receive an allowance from the Duchy of Cornwall, which covers their royal duties such as travel and clothing. The sum was reported to be a total of $5.9 million in 2015. Prince William also earned around $77,000 for his role as an air ambulance pilot up until he retired last year.
Queen Elizabeth II
Net worth: $738.3 million
According to Forbes, the Queen’s net worth comes from combination things: her impressive property portfolio, including Balmoral Castle in Scotland, a fine art and jewellery collection, and one of the world’s biggest stamp collections. She also receives an annual government stipend of approximately $16.6 million.
Net worth: $128 million
Most of Prince Charles’ fortune comes from the Duchy of Cornwall as he is the land’s only beneficiary. According to The Richest, the Duchy of Cornwall is a 200-square private estate which spans across 23 countries. Its main purpose is of existence is its sustainable and commercial land and properties.