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Queen Elizabeth II Net worth – £430 million (more than $500 million)

Queen Elizabeth II has an estimated net worth of $500 million. This translates roughly to £430 million. Her expensive jewelry collections and massive, edifices in estates are worth up to $28 billion. Below are the worth of her estates;

  • The Crown Estate: $19.5 billion
  • Buckingham Palace: $4.9 billion
  • The Duchy of Cornwall: $1.3 billion
  • The Duchy of Lancaster: $748 million
  • Kensington Palace: $630 million
  • The Crown Estate of Scotland: $592 million

Queen Elizabeth II Biography

From 6 February 1952 until her passing on 8 September 2022, Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary; born 21 April 1926) ruled the United Kingdom. Her 70 years and 214 days of reign were the second-longest of any monarch of a sovereign state and the longest of any British monarch. Elizabeth was the monarch of 14 other Commonwealth nations in addition to the UK at the time of her death.

The Sovereign Grant, an annual payment made to the British royal family by taxpayers, provided income to the Queen. It has its roots in a deal King George III made to give up his income from Parliament in exchange for a set annual payment for himself and future royal heirs. It was formerly referred to as the Civil List until the Sovereign Grant took its place in 2012.

In 2021 and 2022, this grant’s amount was set at just over 86 million pounds. These funds are designated for official travel, property upkeep, and operating or maintenance expenses for Buckingham Palace, the Queen’s home.

According to Business Insider, the Queen has amassed over $500 million in personal assets, largely as a result of her investments, art collection, jewelry collection, and real estate holdings, which include the Sandringham House and the Balmoral Castle. Most of her personal belongings will now be given to Prince Charles when he ascends to the throne since she has passed away.

When the Queen Mother passed away in 2002, Her Majesty also received a bequest of nearly $70 million, which included investments in artwork, a stamp collection, fine china, jewels, horses, and even a priceless Faberge egg collection. The collection of paintings includes pieces by Monet, Nash, and Carl Fabergé.

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