The British Royal Family is probably the most famous family in the world. These folks are known for wandering around wearing some of the most bizarre hats around, not to mention their various royal duties. They don’t cut ribbons at mall openings, but they often visit far-flung and exotic parts of the world. It’s a hard enough life, but someone has to do it, right?
These people are now huge names in popular culture, and that comes with some pretty hefty net worths. Queen Elizabeth, for example, used to be the richest person in the entire United Kingdom. She isn’t anymore, but what’s she – and the other royals – worth today?
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
Prince William may not be king just yet, but that doesn’t mean his fortune isn’t of royal proportions. Like many other members of the Royal Family, Prince William has inherited a large portion of his $40 million.
On his 30th birthday, he inherited a whopping $17 million from his late mother, Princess Diana, and it’s reported that Prince Charles also gifts him $4.6 million a year to maintain his place in high society. As if that wasn’t enough, he’s getting around $450,000 annually from his many business investments.
Princess Eugenie of York
It’s unusual for members of the Royal Family to work everyday jobs because they normally have enough money in their trust funds to last them a lifetime. However, Princess Eugenie of York has decided to create a career for herself while earning a wage at the same time.
When she’s not partying the night away or helping her family out with their charity events, she is actually working at the Hauser & Wirth art gallery, where she is an associate director. Because of this, she has a net worth of $5 million.
Charles, Prince of Wales
As the first in line to the throne, Charles won’t be rummaging around behind the back of the royal couch for a bit of spare change when he becomes king. While he’s already living with a net worth of around $100 million, this number is just expected to rise by the time he sits on the throne.
As the only beneficiary of his mother’s real estate, it’s no wonder that Charles is worth such a huge fortune. But of course, it doesn’t end there. Charles also has his own assets, which bump up this number.
Sarah, Duchess of York
While she may no longer be married to Prince Andrew, there’s no denying the fact that Sarah, Duchess of York, is still a prominent name within the Royal Family.
It’s no secret that Sarah Ferguson has struggled for cash over the years, but she still has a net worth of $1 million to her name – so it’s not all bad. Even if she’s not making a huge amount of money from her career as a television personality, charity patron, or author, she can drown her sorrows in her $17 million chalet in Switzerland.
Lady Amelia and Eliza Spencer
Ladies Amelia and Eliza Spencer are arguably two of the most glamorous women within the Royal Family, but the twins don’t have to worry about running out of money anytime soon. These blonde beauties have a net worth of $149 million, and they are definitely making use of it.
After their father tried to raise them away from their fortune, they have since learned just how fun it can be to jet around the world and buy the latest designer clothing. They are living the high life.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
When Camilla first came onto the scene, it’s fair to say that people weren’t exactly fond of her. It was hard for her to step into the late Diana’s shoes, but the world has since warmed to her as the Duchess of Cornwall.
Amazingly, Prince Charles was so confident in his second wife that she didn’t have to sign a prenup. This means that half of Prince Charles’s assets are also her own. While she still has a long way to go to catch up with her husband, she’s still sitting on a nice net worth of $5 million.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
We’re all familiar with Queen Elizabeth II, which means we’re also familiar with Prince Phillip. As the husband of the Queen, it’s easy to imagine that Philip is falling asleep on a pile of cash.
While we’re not sure whether he does actually do that, we do know that he has a reported net worth of around $20 million. First and foremost, Prince Philip actually works for the Queen and works for the Royal Family as a whole. Because of this, he gets his very own “wage” or “allowance” of $440,000 a year.
Horses have always been held in high esteem within the Royal Family, and children are taught how to ride from a young age. Zara Tindall took this one step further, though.
The Queen’s granddaughter actually made a career out of her love for horses, and she even won a silver medal at the Olympic Games. Being associated with the Royal Family and the equestrian world has drastically helped Zara’s bank balance, as she has been able to rack up a net worth of $20 million thanks to brand endorsements.
Anne, Princess Royal
Because Prince Charles is the heir to the throne, it’s easy to forget that he is just one the Queen’s four children. As her only daughter, Anne holds a special place in the Queen’s heart, and we can only assume that she’s pretty darn proud of everything that the Princess Royal has achieved over the course of her career.
As well as being one of the many faces of the Royal Family, Anne has also had a prolific equestrian career that saw her compete at the Olympic Games. Today, she has a net worth of $100 million.
Princess Beatrice of York
Luckily, there will be no sibling rivalry going on here, because Princess Beatrice has exactly the same net worth as her sister: $5 million. In fact, this isn’t the only thing that these siblings have in common. Like her Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice of York has also decided to make her own mark in the world.
With a wealth of knowledge under her belt, she has been able to bag herself a career in the business market. In the past, she has worked as a business consultant and a production analyst.
Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex
Overall, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip welcomed four children into the world, and Prince Edward is their youngest. Because of this, he often goes overlooked within the Royal Family, and many people don’t even know what he looks like.
However, it’s fair to say that the Earl of Wessex has always valued the notion of hard work. Like his siblings, he has reaped the benefits of being a Royal, but he has also earned his own wage. After working a string of jobs, he has racked up a net worth of $45 million.
Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer
The Spencer name oozes class and sophistication, and as the head of the family, Charles Spencer gets to take advantage of his $149 million net worth. You may think that name sounds familiar and there’s a reason for it.
Charles is the younger brother of the late Princess Diana, but we can’t forget that he has an impressive career under his belt, along with his lovely children. During his earlier years, the 9th Earl Spencer worked as a news correspondent and worked for giant corporations, such as NBC. He’s also known for being notoriously savvy with his money.
Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp
The families who stand atop the hierarchy ladder often follow long-standing traditions that many people may consider to be outdated. However, one of these traditions will work in Louis Spencer’s favor, because he is set to inherit his father’s hefty fortune.
As the only son in the family, the fortune will immediately pass down to Louis when Charles Spencer passes away – even though he’s not the oldest sibling. With this inheritance and his own business dealings, this means that Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp, will eventually have a net worth of $196 million.
Sophie, Countess of Wessex
Sophie Helen is the wife of Prince Edward – and she was once one of the Queen’s closest confidantes. However, her ranking within the Royal Family has slipped since grandchildren and great-grandchildren have come into the mix.
We can’t imagine that Sophie is too upset about that, though, as she has a pretty hefty net worth to play with. In the past, she has been a major player within the PR game, and she’s even previously owned her own company. She is now sitting on a $45 million fortune.
Prince Andrew, Duke of York
You just know that the children of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are going to be rolling in a mammoth fortune, and Prince Andrew is a prime example of this.
Although he may have gone through a dramatic divorce with Sarah Ferguson, the Duke of York doesn’t seem to be too lonely, because he has an $82 million net worth to keep him company. Much of this has come from his place within the Royal Family, but it has also come from his many business dealings and investments.
Diana, Princess of Wales
The passing of Princess Diana shocked us all, and we don’t think anyone will forget the mark she left on the world. Before she was involved in the fatal car crash in Paris, Diana had a $55 million fortune to her name.
A whopping $22 million of this had come from Prince Charles and the Royal Family, as part of the divorce proceedings. Even after the couple filed the divorce papers, Diana was given an allowance to take care of her heirs. Her fortune has since been split between her two sons, Princes William and Harry.
Another Middleton to reap the benefits of the family business is Pippa Middleton, with a net worth around $1 million. After winning us all over with her arrival at her sister’s wedding, Pippa has since become a prominent and extended member of the Royal Family.
As well as adding the wealth of family to her bank account, Pippa has also married into a huge fortune. Pippa is now married to James Matthews, who not only has a $3.4 billion fortune to his name but also has a fancy title to his name. Yes, he’s the heir of Laird Glen Affric.
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
Kate Middleton may be a relatively new member of the Royal Family after she married Prince William in 2011, but she’s still managed to rack up a net worth of around $10 million
Although some of this net worth has come from her place as Duchess of Cambridge, it’s been noted that she has also earned another portion of this net worth from her family’s business. The Middleton family own Party Pieces, and this has allowed the whole family to live comfortably on a collective net worth of $50 million. That’s not too shabby.
Lady Kitty Spencer
Because she’s not quite as famous as the Queen’s biological children and grandchildren, it might surprise you to learn that Lady Kitty Spencer surpasses some of the biggest names in the Royal Family.
With an impressive net worth of around $100 million, Princess Diana’s niece has definitely done well for herself. As well as inheriting a hefty family fortune, Lady Kitty has also been able to crack the modeling world. She has worked with major brands and designers, which is a huge achievement for the young royal.
Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex
Before she became the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan had made a name for herself as an impressive Hollywood actress and was earning $50,000 for each episode of Suits. These days, she’s mostly making a name for herself as one of the biggest transformative forces in the Royal Family’s history…
As a royal, Meghan could look forward to up her salary significantly by the yearly allowance from her father-in-law. But now that it looks like she might be quitting that royal life already, her financial future seems very uncertain…
Lady Amelia Windsor
Lady Amelia Windsor may be just 23 years old, but she has a bigger fortune that most people will ever have in their lives. As Prince Harry and Prince William’s cousin, Lady Amelia may not be as close to the Queen as she might like, but she’s certainly making a name for herself in the world.
Over the past few years, Lady Amelia has made her entrance into the realm of modeling – and she is taking the catwalk by storm. She has walked for the likes of Dolce and Gabbana, and it’s believed that she will soon be earning $1 million each year.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex
Like his brother, Harry received a large portion of his mother’s inheritance, which helped bump up his overall net worth to around $25 million. Of course, he also has his own money, and earns around $450,000 through his many business ventures.
But since him and Meghan dropped the “megxit” bomb, there are definitely many questions about how this escape from the Royal Family will affect Harry’s finances. Many claim his goal of becoming “financially independent”, as a former royal with no real work experience, will prove difficult for him.
Prince Michael of Kent
You might not know who Prince Michael of Kent is, but he’s actually a rather important member of the Royal Family. As the grandson of Queen Mary and King George V, Prince Michael also has the pleasure of calling the current Queen his cousin.
He has not been shy about the fact that he has struggled with his finances in the past, but since working his way back up the business ladder, Prince Michael of Kent has been able to rest on a $40 million fortune. That’s not bad at all.
Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester
Having the chance to say that you’re descended from royalty must be a great honor, but it seems as though Prince Richard and his wife often feel hard-done-by. Although he is another grandchild of Queen Mary and George V, the Duke of Gloucester has often noted that he feels like he is one of the poorest within the Royal Family.
Of course, we wouldn’t really say so – considering he has a net worth of $25 million. Much of this has come from his Royal estate and the many Royal heirlooms that reside in this estate.
Lady Louise Windsor
Lady Louise Windsor is only 14 years old, but she is already surrounded by more money than we could ever comprehend. While she likes to keep out of the limelight, the wealth of her parents, Sophie of Wessex and Prince Edward, means that she’s always going to be one step ahead of the game.
At the moment, her net worth has only come from her family and her inheritance, but we can imagine that it will drastically increase as she gets older. We’ll keep an eye out for this one.
Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester
We can’t even imagine how it must feel to be married to a member of the Royal Family, but Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester, looks pretty proud of herself. This Danish native is married to the Duke of Gloucester and is more than happy to stand by his side as he goes about his Royal duties.
As well as living off the riches of her husband, Birgitte also has a keen eye for rare jewels and jewelry. Because of this, it’s noted that she has a personal net worth of around $13 million.
Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy
Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy, not only has a fancy title, but she also has the pleasure of calling the current Queen her cousin. She may have watched herself get further and further away from the throne over the years, but it seems as though she is not fussed about whether she is 6th or 52nd in line to the throne.
Sadly, Princess Alexandra has dealt with the passing of her husband, but it seems as though she is now protecting the hefty inheritance from this marriage, and is now worth between $22 to $25 million.
Katharine, Duchess of Kent
There’s a high chance that you’ve never seen or heard of Katharine, Duchess of Kent before – and that’s not a huge surprise. Although she is the wife of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, Katharine has made no secret of the fact that she likes to stay away from the limelight.
However, when she makes her rare appearances, she always makes a wonderful impression. Katharine has a net worth of $10 million, which means she still has a long way to go if she wants to match some of the big Royal players.
Lady Helen Taylor
Lady Helen Taylor is first and foremost known as the daughter of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, and Katharine, Duchess of Kent. Yet, she is also known for her marriage to Timothy Taylor, a famous art dealer.
Both Helen and her husband have made names for themselves as some of the biggest names in the art world, and Helen has blown fans away with her eclectic fashion. Although she may be a member of the Royal Family, we can’t imagine she’ll be buying her own private island any time soon.
Lady Rose Gilman
If you don’t know the name Lady Rose Gilman, it may be because this Royal changed her name when she got hitched. Formerly Lady Rose Windsor, this blushing bride has the pleasure of calling the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester her parents.
Unlike many other members of the Royal Family, Lady Rose spends most of her time at work. She is a huge name within the movie world and has worked on major Hollywood blockbusters such as Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Margaret Thatcher: The Long Walk to Finchley.
Lord Frederick Windsor
Lord Frederick Windsor must throw some awesome parties, because he can invite his parents, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, along for the ride. But it doesn’t end there. Frederick is also married to the famous actress, Sophie Winkleman, who probably has some A-list celebs in her contact book.
Although he will receive a hefty sum from his place within the Royal Family, Lord Frederick has also decided to carve his own path as a businessman and music journalist. Because of this, we can imagine his net worth is not too shabby.
Lady Gabriella Windsor
You just know that someone with the last name Windsor is going to have a strong place within the Royal Family, and Lady Gabriella is no exception. As Lord Frederick Windsor’s sister, this woman has followed in her brother’s footsteps.
She also works as a journalist and allows her own career and interests drive her net worth. Her ambition seems to have captivated the heart of Thomas Kingston, as this couple announced their engagement in September 2018. While there’s no accurate report of her net worth, we can assume it’s definitely not small.
King Harald of Norway
You might be wondering why we’ve added the King of Norway to this list, but King Harald is actually directly related to the Royals who reside in the United Kingdom. Although he won’t be taking over the throne in England anytime soon, it’s amazing to think that such a powerful man is just as powerful across the pond.
It seems as though he’s also pretty rich. With a hefty net worth of around $17.3 million to his name, he’s probably got a lovely little retirement fund on the go.
James, Viscount Severn
He may be just 11 years old, but James, Viscount Severn, has already made his mark on the world. As one of the many grandchildren of the Queen, James has been given an open invitation to Buckingham Palace and is already schmoozing with some of the biggest names in the world.
Although he is the son of Prince Edward, his parents and Kensington Palace have decided that James should instead be an Earl when he comes of age. Until then, he’s a Viscount with a huge amount of pocket money to his name.
Princess Michael of Kent
Known formally as Princess Michael of Kent, you might also know this woman as Marie Christine von Reibnitz. Residing in her Royal estate with her husband, Prince Michael of Kent, reports suggest that Queen Elizabeth II herself pays their rent.
Because of this, we can’t imagine that they will ever have to worry about whether they can pay the bills. She may be a controversial figure within the Royal Family, but you can’t help but be impressed by her $8 million net worth. She’s done well for herself.
Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon
Although she sadly passed away in 2002, Princess Margaret left a lasting legacy on the world. She may have had a tumultuous past in terms of her relationships and marriages, but that didn’t stop her from winning over Royal fans and working up a hefty fortune.
It’s believed that Margaret was once worth around $25 million, but decided to give away a huge portion of this fortune to charity. However, she did make sure to leave some for her children, who later inherited a few million from their late mother.
It was only a matter of time before Queen Elizabeth II came on this list, and it might amaze you to know that she’s actually worth around $550 million! Much of her fortune has come from the countless properties that she owns, from palaces to castles.
One of her most prized properties, Balmoral Castle, actually makes up a whopping $140 million of that hefty final number. As if that wasn’t enough, the British taxpayers also pay ol’ Lizzie a large sum to sit atop her throne and rule over her people.
Prince Louis of Cambridge
Prince Louis of Cambridge is not even a year old, and he’s already got a bigger net worth than many of us can fathom. This is because experts suggest that he will add about $70 million to the economy in the United Kingdom throughout the course of his life.
This will include those who travel to the UK to catch a glimpse of the young Royal, those who wish to buy the clothes that he wears, and those who will buy memorabilia that is associated with him. That’s really something special.
Prince George of Cambridge
As Kate Middleton and Prince William’s first-born, Prince George of Cambridge has since become one of the most important members of the Royal Family – because there’s a high chance that he will become king one day.
With a net worth of a whopping $3.6 billion, this youngster is already seeing the full effects of his life in the limelight. He attends the best schools; he gets to partake in some of the most prestigious events; and he has some pretty rich parents. We can’t wait to see this little guy grow up.
Princess Charlotte of Cambridge
Although Princess Charlotte may be younger than her older brother, she has already racked up a much larger net worth than Prince George. That’s because the “Charlotte Effect” has swooped across the world and inspired moms and dads to buy the clothes that she wears.
In fact, some of them sell-out within just a few hours! As she grows up, we can imagine this is just going to get even more intense. She has a $5 billion net worth right now, which is just the start of her brand new empire.
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor
It will be interesting to see what the future has in store for Archie, as he is very much the first of his kind. Born to the probably most controversial, soon to be former, royal couple, Archie won’t enjoy the incredibly privileged upbringing his father did.
Archie’s immediate impact on the British economy was estimated to be between $65 and $90 million, and his personal wealth was expected to just increase over age. But these predictions came before his parents decided to quit the royal life. Now no one can know Archie’s financial future.
Vice-Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence
The husband of the Princess Royal, Anne, Sir Timothy Laurence has an interesting past of his own. He is currently retired but served as a naval officer. He then moved on to more governing positions before retiring from the Navy in 2010.
He has managed to amass a fortune of $10 million, which is not too shabby. He met Princess Anne while he was serving as Equerry to Queen Elizabeth II. Nine years after they were married in 1992, Timothy Laurence was knighted as a Knight Commander.
We know about Zara, but what about Mike? He used to play rugby for England, and he played between the years of 2000 and 2011. He was so talented and popular that he has been considered one of the wealthiest rugby players in England.
He used to earn around $200,000 a year as a rugby player who has contributed to his net worth over the years. Now he is estimated to be worth between $1 and $5 million.
Savannah Phillips is the daughter of Peter Phillips, a lesser-known royal who doesn’t carry out any royal duties. Without a direct salary from the crown to lift them up, these guys make their money in their own way.
Savannah Phillips, despite all this, and also despite being only eight years old, still carries a net worth of over $100,000. While they might not carry out official duties, Savannah still gets some money for being a princess.
It’s unsurprising then to know that the youngest member of the Phillips’ clan also has a pretty good deal set up for her. She’s also estimated to be worth over $100K, despite being so young.
Peter Phillips met Autumn Kelly, his wife and mother to the two girls, in Canada. He announced their engagement on July 28, 2007. They both enjoy watching sports and spending time with their children, although they like to remain out of the public eye.
Mia Grace Tindall
While Mia Grace Tindall may not have a royal title, she does have an equally envious net worth compared to other royals. Before 2019, it was estimated that the youngster was worth between $500,000 and one million dollars.
However, in 2019, it has reportedly climbed to be somewhere over a million dollars, despite only being five years old. If only every child could be as self-sufficient as the royals seem to be, Mia Grace is set up for her later years, that’s for sure.
Lady Sarah Chatto
Lady Sarah Chatto is the Queen’s niece, daughter of the Queen’s sister Margaret. She’s another lesser-known royal, but gained popularity when she appeared in a documentary commemorating the Queen’s 90s.
Many believe that her fortune can be owed to inheritance money left to her by her mother, Margaret. She has an estimated net worth of $18 million. Despite living her life out of the spotlight, Sarah maintains strong bonds with various family members, including Prince Charles, Harry, and Edward. She’s also said to be adored by the Queen.
Daniel Chatto is the long-term husband of Sarah Chatto but has mainly made his money being a British movie actor and starring in popular movies. His estimated net worth is up to $1 million. He has appeared in films such as ‘A Christmas Carol’.
Despite being married to a member of the Royal Family, and being an actor, he still manages to live a low-profile life out of the limelight. The couple has two children together.
David is otherwise known as the Earl of Snowdon, or even as David Linley. The former viscount and current earl has a passion for furniture and owns an upmarket furniture business that he keeps going. He had sales of up to $17.4 million.
He was also supposedly left around $7 million by his mom, which adds to his massive fortune. Today he continues to run his business and increase his profits, ever-changing his overall net worth. Although, we don’t think he’ll be counting pennies any time soon.
Serena is the wife of David Armstrong-Jones and was born in Ireland to a viscount and a debutante. She had a career working as a publicist for Giorgio Armani and had her own store called ‘Serena Linley Provence’.
While there is no official record of her net worth readily available, many have assumed that it must be somewhere in the millions – more accurately, above $10 million. However, both herself and her husband’s joint worth is not something as openly shared as that of mainstream royals.
Peter Phillips also does not hold a royal title but has made it big as a successful businessman. This is interesting, considering he went to the University of Exeter to get a degree in Sports Science. He has gone from post to post with jobs, including working for Jaguar and being a managing director of SEL UK.
He is estimated to be worth around $20 million. This is pretty impressive considering his day job does not consist of carrying out royal duties.
Since Autumn Phillips is married-in, there’s no way she could have foreseen marrying a member of the Royal Family. This means she had to figure out her own way in life before settling down. During college, she worked as a bartender, model, and actress on the side.
Later on, she started a career as a management consultant, which is what gave her a bigger leg-up in life. Her exact net worth is not known. Still, given her affiliations, it’s been estimated to be within the range of millions.