The amazing wealth of the royal family has been revealed after it has doubled in a decade

Prince William is the richest member of the royal family with a fortune of around £1.05 billion.

The heir to the throne is superior to his father, King Charles III, who has a fortune of £900 million, while Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s total worth is £20 million.


Prince William, the heir to the throne, is the richest member of the royal family with an estimated worth of £1.05 billion.Credit: AP
King Charles is believed to own around £900 million


King Charles is believed to own around £900 millioncredit: PA
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex owns £20 million


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex owns £20 millioncredit: PA

Princess Anne It is worth 50 million pounds sterling, Prince Edward And the Sophie, Countess of Wessex She has a net worth of £10 million and Prince Andrew has a net worth of £5 million.

Meanwhile, the wealth of the monarchy as an institution has more than doubled in ten years from £9 billion in March 2012 to £18.3 billion in March of this year.

The figure covers wealth from land and buildings in the Crown Estate, which is worth about £16.5 billion, and the Duchy of Lancaster and Cornwall.

Which is greater than the market value of shares of supermarket giant Tesco of 17 billion pounds, Sunday times open.

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Prince William

The new Prince of Wales became a billionaire when he seized the 685-year-old Duchy of Cornwall from his father after the Queen’s death.

He was already wealthy after inheriting £10m from his mother Princess Diana and £7m from the Queen Mother, who died in 2002.

King Charles

King Charles inherited the 671-year-old Duchy of Lancaster when he became king. Its balance sheet showed 652.8 million pounds this year with profits of 24 million pounds, three times that of 2000.

But other aspects of the king’s finances are less clear and it may never be known what he inherited from his late father, Prince Philip.

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It is possible to inherit both the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk and Balmoral Castle.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Most of Harry and Meghan’s fortune comes from the Duke of Sussex’s inheritance from his mother.

It had grown to £10 million by his 25th birthday.

The pair also generated commercial income from the rumors of a £18 million deal with Spotify, as well as a deal with Netflix.

Local estate agents believe the nine-bed house they bought two years ago in California, US for £11m may have already doubled.

Prince Andrew

Very little is known about Prince Andrew’s finances. He has an annual pension of £20,000 from the Royal Navy and received around £250,000 a year to run his office when he was a working family member.

It is also likely that he inherited family money over the years, but there is little evidence that he has valuable assets.

It was suggested this year that a settlement between him and Virginia Joffrey over a civil sexual assault case had been agreed between £7.5-12m, but it is not known how it will be paid.

Princess Anne

Princess Anne He owns Gatcombe Park, a 700-acre Grade II listed building in Gloucestershire.

The Queen brought it to her in 1976 for £750,000, roughly £4 million today.

The Princess Royal is also believed to have an extensive jewelry collection.

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Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex

The Earl and Countess of Wessex live at Bagshot Park in Surrey with their children.

Prince Edward is believed to have inherited millions from his late grandmother and father.

Very little is known about Prince Andrew's finances


Very little is known about Prince Andrew’s financescredit: PA
Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex


Prince Edward and Sophie Wessexcredit: PA
Princess Anne was famous for being


Princess Anne was known as a “hard-worker”Credit: AFP