The British Royal Family is among the most famous royal institutions in the world. Read on to discover the net worth of each member!
The British Royal Family, which was presided over by Queen Elizabeth II until her death on September 8, 2022, has long captured the public attention with their glam. Right now, all eyes are on King Charles III, who has just been crowned, and Camilla, his Queen Consort.
Queen Consort, Camilla Parker Bowles: $5 Million
Camilla Parker Bowles is officially known as Camilla, Queen Consort. She has been married to King Charles since April 2005 after being together with him for many decades. According to reports, the Queen Consort is a good-hearted, modest lady who is dedicated to social services, just like the late Queen.
She devotes the majority of her time to charitable work that supports a range of issues, such as animal welfare, preventing sexual assault and cancer, promoting literacy, assisting the less fortunate, and charities headquartered in Cornwall.
Kate Middleton: $50 Million
Thanks to their business, Party Pieces, Kate Middleton's enterprising family has an estimated fortune of $50 million, which is only a small portion of the British Royal Family's total wealth.
It is unknown how much, if any, of Kate Middleton's wealth originates from the Middleton family. Nevertheless, as the mother of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, she has become a cherished global icon because of her down-to-earth demeanour and impeccable sense of style.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: $60 Million
Prince Harry, who is no longer performing formal royal responsibilities, left the British Army after serving for ten years in 2015. He was a captain in the Army Air Corps before leaving the service, earning over $45,000 per year.
After Harry turned 30 in September 2014 and received an estimated $12.3 million inheritance from Princess Diana's estate, his royal net worth significantly increased.
According to Forbes, Prince Harry has seen his fortune rise to an estimated $60 million because of the huge contracts he and Markle struck for their Archewell Productions and Archewell Audio labels for Netflix and Spotify, respectively. Prince Harry now resides in a $14.7 million mansion in Montecito, California.
Prince William: $100 Million
Prince William is the first in line to the throne and the eldest son of King Charles III and the late Princess Diana. A substantial percentage of the future king's net fortune stems from a $12.3 million bequest from Diana's estate, which Charles received on his 30th birthday in 2012.
According to Marie Claire, William inherited Charles' billion-dollar real estate empire after his grandmother died. Personal income generated by the Duchy of Cornwall ranges between $20 and $30 million each year.
Prince William was employed by East Anglian Air Ambulance as a helicopter pilot despite the wealth of the British royal family. The prince now works full-time as a royal after donating his whole $62,000 yearly pay to charity. He and his wife, Kate Middleton, are the parents of three children, including 8-year-old Prince George, who will succeed his father and grandfather as king.
King Charles III: $600 Million
The newly crowned King Charles III is thought to have a net worth of $600 million after his mother's passing, when he inherited the almost $28 billion in assets that belonged to the Crown Estate, along with Buckingham Palace, the Duchy of Lancaster, the Duchy of Cornwall, Kensington Palace, and the Crown Estate Scotland, reports SCMP.
Charles used to receive a personal income of $20–$30 million year from the Duchy of Cornwall, which has now been transferred to William.