This is how much each member of the royal family is worth

Wait, WHAT?

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Wait, WHAT?

Being a royal is a full time job, with most members of the royal family choosing to forego a career to become part of the most famous family in the world.

Yes, they are undoubtedly some of the most talked-about people in the world, with the public wanting to know everything about them, from what TV programmes they like to watch inside the palace walls and the pet names they call each other to what Kate and Wills order when they get takeaway.

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One of the most common questions involving the Windsor-Mountbattens however is, how much are the members of the royal family actually worth?

Well lucky for everyone, global wealth firm Wealth-X has done some digging and estimated the worth of all of the royal family members we know and love, and the results are pretty surprising.

Where does their money come from? Everything from the ownership of castles and yearly salaries from parliament to trust funds, fashion influence and of course former careers (we’re looking at you Meghan Markle).

This is the predicted worth of each royal family member...

Queen Elizabeth £405 million

Prince Charles £312 million

Prince Andrew £58 million

Prince Edward £35 million

Prince Philip £23 million

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Princess Anne £23 million

Prince William £20-31 million

Prince Harry £20-31 million

Zara Tindall £15.6 million

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge £7.8 million


Meghan, Duchess of Sussex £3.9 million

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall £3.9 million

Princes Beatrice £3.9 million

Princess Eugenie £3.7 million


Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis aren’t yet old enough to be earning, but according to Reader’s Digest, it has already been revealed that Princess Charlotte’s impact on the economy is worth over £1 billion more than her older brother, Prince George’s - hello Princess Charlotte effect. And while this isn’t the same as net worth, it proves that the miniature royals carry just as much influence as their elders!

Well that’s that.

Jenny Proudfoot
Features Editor

Jenny Proudfoot is an award-winning journalist, specialising in lifestyle, culture, entertainment, international development and politics. She has worked at Marie Claire UK for seven years, rising from intern to Features Editor and is now the most published Marie Claire writer of all time. She was made a 30 under 30 award-winner last year and named a rising star in journalism by the Professional Publishers Association.