It's no secret the British royal family is majorly wealthy — but just how extravagant is Queen Elizabeth and her famous relatives' net worth?
Because the British monarchy includes so many members, it's difficult to calculate the entire clan's combined net worth. So, we'll break it down a bit!
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Let's start with Queen Elizabeth. According to Forbes, the monarch has a whopping personal net worth of around $500 million from "property holdings including Balmoral Castle in the Scottish Highlands, stud farms, a fruit farm, and marine land throughout the UK, extensive art and fine jewelry, and one of the world’s largest stamp collections built by her grandfather."
The Royal Family in December 2016. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
In addition to her personal wealth, the 91-year-old Queen also owns about $10 billion of royal real estate. One property, Buckingham Palace, is worth around $5 billion alone. To make Queen Elizabeth even more rich, she receives an estimated royal stipend of $12.9 million from the British government each year. Casual, right?
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The Queen's 95-year-old husband, Prince Philip, receives a $442,000 yearly salary from the government "to meet the expenses of carrying out his public duties in support of the queen," according to a UK government information site. No word yet on if his stipend will change now that Philip is retiring from his royal work.
After the Queen, her eldest son, Prince Charles, is next in line to the British throne. The 68-year-old has a net worth of $370 million. His oldest child, son Prince William, 34, is worth an estimated $20 million.
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William's 35-year-old wife, Kate Middleton, is worth around $1 million. Though the royal couple has much less wealth than their elders, Kate and William — and their two adorable children, Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 2 — are more than looked after financially by being royal. For example, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's lavish 2011 wedding cost the royal family a whopping $30 million alone. Jealous!
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