It’s important to note, though, that the exact net worths of these royals will never be fully disclosed to the public. In fact, Queen Elizabeth’s will is legally sealed for the next 90 years, so what each royal inherited from the late monarch ultimately remains speculative. Still, thanks to insider reports and publicly-accessible info, here’s what we know!
Prince George - $500,000
As the first child of Prince William and Kate Middleton, born in only 2013, and second in line to the throne, the young Prince George has one eventful life ahead of him.
While he's set to inherit millions (if not billions) by the time of his reasonable ascension, at the moment, his estimated net worth is rather modest - as far as royals go, at least. The young prince's current net worth comes from his inheritance from the late Queen Elizabeth, as well as the estimated effect he's made on the British economy throughout his life.
Sarah Ferguson - $1 million
Fergie does not receive money from the palace as her marriage to Prince Andrew ended in 1996 with a $2 million divorce settlement. Since the 1990s, Sarah has penned a number of self-help books and children's books.
Fergie still has close ties with her ex-husband and his family. So much so, in fact, that they still live together in the Royal Lodge estate, and even adopted two of the late Queen's corgis following her death. Now that's an amicable split!
Lady Amelia Windsor - $1 million
Lady Amelia is the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth's first cousin, Prince Edward, Duke of Kent. As one of the youngest royals (born in 1995), Lady Amelia's net worth may not seem much compared to some of her cousins, but she's very far down in the line of succession and has amassed much of her money through her own career.
The young royal has made her name as a fashion and runway model and has had deals with names like Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana.
Flora Vesterberg (née Ogilvy) - $1 million
This lesser-known royal is the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth's first cousin, Princess Alexandra. Flora was born in 1994, and now works as a broadcaster and art historian. In 2020, the young royal married Swedish financier, Timothy Vesterberg in an intimate London ceremony - and even sported the Ogilvy Tiara, custom-made for her grandmother, Princess Alexandra, in 1963.
She may not have a jaw-dropping net worth, but Flora has grown up in the lap of luxury and prefers to stay relatively low-key, so she's likely doing just fine with that.
Zenouska Mowatt - $1 million
Born in 1990, Zenouska is the granddaughter of Princess Alexandra, Queen Elizabeth's first cousin, and possibly the lowest-ranking royal in the line of succession.
Still, Zenouska is frequently seen at public royal gatherings and has done well for herself as a marketing exec and London socialite, despite a slightly tumultuous family life growing up.
Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester - $1.5 million
The Duchess of Gloucester is the wife of Prince Richard, a first cousin to Queen Elizabeth. Birgitte has been an active working royal and represented the queen at public engagements for decades.
Her charity work spans many fields, including sport, children's welfare, and education, to name a few. Although Birgitte was born and raised in Denmark, she and her husband have lived in London for their entire married lives and even live in Kensington Palace.
Lord Frederick Windsor - $1.5 million
Lord Frederick Windsor is the eldest child of Prince Michael of Kent, Queen Elizabeth's first cousin. Lord Frederick is an established financial analyst and is married to British actress, Sophie Winkleman.
He doesn't have as much involvement in charitable organizations as the rest of his family, but of the ones he is involved with - he runs the gamut. Thanks to his business-savviness (and, no doubt, some family connections), Lord Frederick is sure to be one happy camper in life.
Arthur Chatto - $1.5 million
One of the younger royals on the scene, only born in 1999, Arthur Chatto is the grandson of Queen Elizabeth's sister, Princess Margaret. Arthur is a keen environmentalist and sportsman - the latter of which will no doubt come in handy, having recently joined the Royal Marines.
While the whole Chatto family is relatively low-key, Arthur has a reported net worth of over $1 million already, almost all thanks to family trust funds.
Samuel Chatto - $1.5 million
Like his younger brother, Samuel Chatto (born in 1996) is a royal that usually flies under the radar. Samuel is a chip off the old block from his mother, Lady Sarah Chatto - noted artist and the daughter of Princess Margaret - and has also pursued a career in the arts as a sculptor.
Samuel is pretty bohemian as far as royals go, and even spent six weeks in India completing a yoga teacher training course. So while his estimated net worth is also due to his family money, we can expect to see Samuel make quite the name for himself in the future.
Lady Louise Windsor - $1.5 million
Lady Louise is the eldest child of Queen Elizabeth's son, Prince Edward, and one of the youngest royals to date, born in 2003. She hasn't had the chance to make a name for herself just yet, but she's often spotted with her parents at royal engagements and events.
Her personal net worth may not be so impressive just yet, but she stands to inherit quite the fortune from her high-ranking parents. Still, Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie, have tried to give their two children as 'normal' lives as possible, and Louise seems perfectly happy in her life out of the spotlight.
Lady Gabriella Kingston (née Windsor) - $1.5 million
This royal is the daughter of Prince Michael of Kent - a first cousin of Queen Elizabeth. Lady Gabriella is primarily a freelance writer, but her esteemed background has seen her involved with multiple charities. In 2019, Lady Gabriella married British investor, Thomas Kingston, in London, in a ceremony attended by many members of the royal family, including Prince Harry, Prince Philip, and the late Queen herself.
She may live a more modest life than many of her relatives, but she's still much-loved in the palace, and certainly a cut above the rest of us commoners.
Daniel Chatto - $1.7 million
The husband of Lady Sarah Chatto (daughter of Queen Elizabeth's sister, Princess Margaret), Daniel Chatto may not have as noble a family background, but he is distinguished in his own right, earning him his impressive net worth.
Daniel Chatto has had a long career in the theatre, sharing a love for the arts with his wife. In fact, Chatto met his wife in India, of all places, as both were working on film projects. Funnily enough, and before he married into the real royal family, Daniel portrayed Prince Andrew in a TV movie about Prince Charles and Princess Diana's relationship. That's some pretty impressive fortune-telling!
Edward Windsor, Lord Downpatrick - $2 million
Edward Windsor, or Eddy Downpatrick as he's known professionally, is the grandson of Queen Elizabeth's first cousin, Prince Edward. He may be excluded from the line of succession as a Roman Catholic, but this young royal (born in 1988) is still set for a noble life.
He's heir to the Earldom and Dukedom held by his father and grandfather, respectively, and has formally represented the monarchy across the world. When he's not carrying out official duties, "Lord Eddy," as his friends call him, is a successful fashion designer.
Lord Nicholas Windsor - $2 million
The youngest son of Prince Edward (first cousin of the late Queen Elizabeth) is not in the line of succession anymore after becoming a Roman Catholic, but he still actively represents the palace at public engagements.
Lord Nicholas is a trustee and patron for multiple charities, largely focused on the welfare of children. He was the first member of the British royal family to get married in the Vatican, in a ceremony not attended, but overtly approved by Queen Elizabeth.
Autumn Phillips - $2.5 million
As of her 2021 divorce from Peter Phillips, Queen Elizabeth's oldest grandchild and Princess Anne's son, Autumn is no longer a royal through marriage. That said, she had an impressive stint in the palace, and will always remain connected through her two daughters with Peter. Her time with the royal family resulted in some firsts in history. Given that Autumn didn't renounce her Canadian citizenship, her daughters are dual citizens and the first Canadians to feature in the British line of succession.
While the details of their divorce settlement haven't been disclosed to the public, it's sure to have contributed to the Canadian businesswoman's sound net worth. Autumn still lives nearby her daughters and ex-husband, and the two continue to co-parent.
Princess Michael of Kent - $4 million
First things first. She does not have the same name as her husband, Prince Michael - first cousin of Queen Elizabeth. The princess' name is actually Marie-Christine; the Czech-born baroness just took on her husband's name as a title upon their marriage. As for her career endeavors, though, Princess Michael has certainly carved out her own path.
The princess' $4 million net worth may not be as impressive as her husband's, but she has amassed it largely herself. Princess Michael started her career as an interior designer but has since become a published author - and her books largely focus on royal themes, no doubt influenced by the princess' personal lavish experience.
Princess Eugenie - $4.8 million
Born in 1990, Princess Eugenie's net worth is largely thanks to Queen Elizabeth's trust fund and her mother's trust fund, but otherwise, she does not receive money from the Sovereign Grant as she is not a working royal. In 2018, the princess married British businessman, Jack Brooksbank, in a glamorous ceremony in London.
Their wedding wasn't only attended by high-profile royals, but other A-list celebs like Cara Delevigne and Demi Moore. Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, currently split their time between homes in London and Portugal.
Camilla, Queen Consort - $5 million
Camilla has been an official part of the royal family since 2005, though her name had been in the public sphere for many years prior. Her relationship with King Charles has always been haunted by the King's ex-wife and national treasure, the late Princess Diana. It may have even been for this competition that Camilla refused the title "Princess of Wales" upon her marriage to King Charles, which she was fully entitled to.
While Camilla has been a recipient of a stipend from the Duchy of Cornwall for many years, her personal net worth stands at an impressive $5 million. Standing faithfully by her husband for decades, the Queen Consort is personally linked to over 90 charitable organizations.
Princess Beatrice - $5 million
Born in 1988 and the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew, Beatrice's net worth is largely from the trust set up by Queen Elizabeth for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, as well as a trust fund set up by her mother from her divorce settlement from their father.
Despite not being a working royal, Princess Beatrice became one of the five Counsellors of State upon the Queen's death and King Charles' ascension. The Princess married property developer and multi-millionaire Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in 2020, and the two reside with their children on royal grounds in London alongside other family members.
Lady Rose Gilman - $5 million
This royal is the daughter of Queen Elizabeth's first cousin, Prince Richard. She works as a professional artist, and although she prefers to stay under the radar, her glitzy wedding to American businessman George Gilman in 2008 is still spoken of close to a decade on.
While Lady Rose isn't the best-known royal, she has another quirky claim to fame - she worked on two of the Harry Potter movies as an art assistant, so she's got ties to royalty both on and off the screen.
Prince Andrew - $5 million
Prince Andrew has made quite the name for himself, most recently not for good reasons. After a hefty $16 million settlement he had to pay, the prince does not have as impressive a net worth left as one may expect.
There is also speculation that he needed financial assistance from the queen in paying the settlement, given other debts he found himself in.
Marina Ogilvy - $5 million
As the youngest child of Queen Elizabeth's first cousin, Princess Alexandra, this royal made headlines in her younger years for a few antics that rubbed many royals up the wrong way. From getting pregnant out of wedlock, then wearing black at her wedding, to receiving government benefits despite her parents being loaded, Marina has made quite the reputation for herself.
With all of that behind her, the royal now lives comfortably on the Windsor Castle Grounds with an estimated net worth of $5 million.
James Ogilvy - $5 million
The son of Princess Alexandra (first cousin of Queen Elizabeth), James Ogilvy hasn't got as interesting (or fun) a history as his sister, Marina (although the royal family probably isn't unhappy about that). Instead of a working royal, James is a noted architect and photographer. He is also the founder and director of "Luxury Briefing" - a magazine dealing with all things, well, luxury.
Thanks to these business ventures, James has raked up an impressive net worth of $5 million.
Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi - $6 million
As a private citizen, Edoardo's exact net worth is not fully known. But what we do know is that he is an established property developer and the CEO of his own property development and interior design company.
Interestingly, Edoardo also has his own ties to royalty. His father is part of an Italian noble family, and although Italy no longer formally acknowledges noble titles, Edoardo is a count himself.
George Windsor, Earl of St. Andrews - $7 million
The son of the Queen's first cousin, Prince Edward, George Windsor is not a very high-profile royal. Still, he represented the palace as a diplomat for many years and is set to inherit the Dukedom of Kent upon his father's passing.
He was removed from the line of succession for marrying a Roman Catholic until 2015 when his position was reinstated. The current Earl lives a low-key life with his family, no doubt made very comfortable thanks in part to his notable net worth.
Angus Ogilvy - $9 million
The late Angus Ogilvy was the husband of the Queen's first cousin, Princess Alexandra, and a prominent businessman. Like his wife, Angus was deeply involved with charity work with a special emphasis on medical research.
Angus' business career suffered with his connections to the Lonrho scandal in 1973, and since then devoted the rest of his years to charity involvement. Angus' net worth was made up of inherited family money as well as what he had earned throughout his career.
Katharine, Duchess of Kent - $10 million
The wife of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, since 1961, the Duchess has followed her husband from Germany to Hong Kong throughout his military career. She resigned from full royal duties in 1996 and took up a position as a primary school music teacher, where she went about quietly teaching for over a decade (and her students had no idea that their teacher lived in Kensington Palace!)
Katharine has remained heavily involved with many charities, with a special emphasis on funding young and talented musicians - an area close to her heart.
Lady Helen Taylor - $10 million
A second cousin to Queen Elizabeth and daughter of Prince Edward, Lady Helen Taylor was set for a comfortable life. Still, that hasn't stopped her from making her own living and making a name for herself in the art world.
Lady Helen is an art dealer, like her husband, and her talent and determination have earned her a comfortable net worth of $10 million. Ever the socialite, Lady Helen is known for hosting opulent parties with her husband for London's elite art crowd.
Prince Edward, Duke of Kent - $10 million
The elderly Prince Edward is the late Queen's first cousin. While he may not be in the spotlight much, he has still amassed an impressive net worth of $10 million. Since the Queen's death in 2022, Prince Edward is the oldest living member of the British Royal family - he's actually held the title of Duke of Kent for over 80 years.
He has been linked to over 140 charities in his life and, despite his age, is still very active across the UK and Commonwealth in appearances and charity engagements.
Timothy Laurence - $10 million
Timothy Laurence is the second and current husband of Princess Anne, Queen Elizabeth's only daughter. He is a decorated officer of the British Royal Navy, and actually worked for the royal family long before his relationship with Princess Anne began. He has served on the boards of multiple charities and trusts, many of which deal with property and regeneration.
In 2009, Timothy was appointed Head of Profession for the British Government's Property Asset Management community - so he's quite the accomplished man despite his impressive new family.
Princess Kate - $10 million
She may have grown up as a commoner, but there's nothing common about Kate Middleton's net worth. On top of her own family money, which includes a century-old trust fund, the Princess of Wales can also count on her inheritance from the late Queen. She has been with Prince William since 2001, and the public has loved her since her appearance on the royal scene.
It's expected that Kate inherited the bulk of the Queen's personal jewelry collection. The collection has over 300 pieces and an estimated worth of $110 million. Technically, Camilla should have the first pick of this as the Queen Consort, but insiders reveal that the Queen gave Kate the majority.
Meghan Markle - $11 million
Although technically, the Duchess of Sussex shares finances with her husband, forming a collective $60 million net worth, Meghan Markle wasn't doing too badly on her own. Before she started dating Prince Harry, Meghan was likely most famous for her lead role in the series, "Suits."
With an accomplished acting career behind her, Meghan now has hefty brand deals with Spotify and Netflix with her husband.
Captain Mark Phillips - $17 million
The first husband of Princess Anne and father of her two children, Captain Mark Phillips still remains close to the royal family through his children. He is often seen at his children's events, supporting them and even chatting with his ex-wife and her new husband.
His divorce settlement from Princess Anne in 1992 was reportedly $3 million, though he was pretty successful both before and since. His wealth stems largely from his career as an eventing course designer and being a prominent personality in American and British equestrian circles.
Lady Sarah Chatto - $18 million
Lady Sarah is the daughter of the late Princess Margaret, the late Queen's younger sister. Much of her wealth comes from her inheritance, though Lady Sarah is still notable in her own right. Lady Sarah is a noted artist and painter, having displayed her work in high-profile art galleries, as well as having won numerous awards.
In 2004, she followed in her late mother's footsteps, joining the board of the Royal Ballet. Whereas Princess Margaret was president, Lady Sarah assumed the role of vice president of the historic organization. Though the Queen had never openly admitted it (for obvious reasons), it was commonly said that Lady Sarah was one of the Queen's favorite relatives.
Mike Tindall - $18 million
Mike Tindall is the husband of Zara Tindall, and one of the richest rugby players in the United Kingdom. With a net worth estimated at just under $18 million, he has had an established rugby career for almost two decades.
Mike now runs his own company and is a celebrity ambassador for a number of organizations. He has been heavily involved over the years with appearances in sports charity events. So, how does a retired rugby player meet a royal? The Tindalls' love story is not so fairytale-like, but it's hilariously relatable. The two met in a bar in 2003 watching the Rugby World Cup, and Zara left Mike her phone number. Maybe that's all it takes to become a royal nowadays!
Zara Tindall - $20 million
Zara is Princess Anne's daughter and does not receive money from the palace as she is not a working royal. Zara thus amassed her impressive fortune largely through sports deals, property investments, and brand partnerships.
Like her parents, Zara is a decorated equestrian, and in 2019 was appointed as director of Cheltenham Racecourse in England. Zara married rugby player Mike Tindall in 2011, just three months after Prince William married Kate Middleton. So while the Tindall wedding understandably didn't get the same hype as the future king of England's, their affair was still attended by virtually the whole royal family and made a splash where it mattered most.
Peter Phillips - $20 million
The oldest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth, Peter Phillips is not a working royal, so he does not directly receive financial support from the palace. Even so, he has had a long career with impressive positions at Jaguar, the Royal Bank of Scotland, and SEL UK.
He may not have peerage (that is, he and his sister, Zara Tindall, have no royal titles), but he still lives rather royally at Gatcombe Park estate with his mother's and sister's families. Peter and his sister were brought up understanding that they were going to have to work, which has boosted their dedicated work ethic and assimilation into regular life.
Princess Alexandra - $22-25 million
A first cousin of the late Queen, Princess Alexandra has been a working royal for decades, with associations with over 100 charitable organizations. Her father was Prince George, the uncle of Queen Elizabeth. Her mother was also royal, Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark - who was also the first cousin of the late Prince Philip.
Since the death of her husband, Sir Angus Ogilvy, the royal's personal net worth now stands at an impressive 20-million-something figure.
Prince Richard - $25 million
The Duke of Gloucester is a first cousin of the late Queen Elizabeth and a full-time working royal with connections to over 150 charities. With particular interests in architecture and the welfare of military veterans, the prince has represented the royal family in public engagements since 1970, and shows no signs of stopping.
It's no wonder, then, that Prince Richard is worth an estimated $25 million.
Princess Margaret - $27 million
As the only sibling of Queen Elizabeth, Princess Margaret spent a great deal of her life in the public eye. By the time of her passing, her net worth stood at an impressive $27 million, which was divided primarily between her two children.
Wanting to leave as much to her children as possible, the late princess gifted many of her assets to her children while she was still alive so that they could avoid paying inheritance tax. She was a royal known for her quick wit, so this move was definitely in character.
Prince Philip - $30 million
By the time of his passing in 2021, Prince Philip had accumulated a whopping $30 million. After 69 years by the Queen's side, Prince Philip was the longest-serving royal consort in history. Throughout his momentous career, the Duke of Edinburgh was a patron of over 750 organizations.
One of his most famous traits was his snarkiness which endeared him to some and repelled others. The prince's estate was divvied up between his wife and four children, though exactly how is unknown as his will is sealed for the next 90 years.
Princess Anne - $30 million
Queen Elizabeth's only daughter, Princess Anne has reportedly given away the equivalent of her net worth to her various charity organizations over the years - reportedly donating around $28 million. She is one of the most involved royals with connections to over 300 charities, so it's no wonder that she's been named the hardest-working royal for three years running.
Thanks to her inheritance and sheer work ethic, the Princess Royal is royally loaded. She is also thought to own an extensive jewelry collection, but it's not clear what this would be worth or the details of the collection.
Princess Diana - $31 million
After a very public life, divorce, and death, Princess Diana had amassed a net worth of $31 million (at the time of her death in 1997). Known as the people's princess, Diana left a mark on the world that virtually no one else could compare to.
The princess' funeral was one of the most-watched events in television history, with more than 2.5 billion people tuning in. Her estate was primarily entrusted to her sons, but shares were also left to her godchildren and longtime butler.
Sophie, Countess of Wessex - $35 million
Before she was a full-time working royal alongside her husband (Queen Elizabeth's son, Prince Edward), Sophie ran her own successful PR company. She's hugely popular with the public, and she and her husband are known for their impressive lack of scandals.
Since her marriage to Prince Edward, many of her endeavors have been shared with him as members of The Firm, representing the palace in public duties.
Prince Michael of Kent - $40 million
Prince Michael is a first cousin to the late Queen Elizabeth and an established businessman in his own right. Although he has spent decades representing the royal family at public engagements, the prince also heads his own private company offering consulting services to businesses across a range of industries.
Through his involvement in the education, technology, medical, and property industries (to name a few), Prince Michael has amassed an estimated net worth of $40 million.
Prince Edward - $45 million
The youngest child of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip, Prince Edward has been a working royal for most of his life. He was known for having a particularly close relationship with his parents, especially his father. It seems like even in royal families, the youngest kids get special attention!
Much of his money comes from the Sovereign Grant and his inheritance from the Queen. The prince and his wife, Sophie, have been primarily supported through allowances from the palace in order to carry out their public duties.
Prince Harry - $40-60 million
Prince Harry also inherited around $14 million from Princess Diana's trust. He and his wife are no longer working royals, so their money is their own. It's reported that harry inherited Diana's jewelry collection, but there are no official reports as to what that is worth.
As for his inheritance from the Queen, Harry likely received a larger sum than his older brother as William is set to inherit a fortune as the heir apparent. He's one of the few British royals who have taken up residency in the United States, and certainly the highest-ranking.
Prince William - $100 million
The heir apparent's massive net worth stems largely from inheritance. He received around $14 million from his late mother's trust (as did Prince Harry). Prince William has also inherited an undisclosed, but likely substantial, amount from Queen Elizabeth's trust.
Additionally, the prince now oversees the Duchy of Cornwall. He may not personally own any of the assets accumulating in over $1 billion, but he and his family will continue to be financially supported by the duchy, ensuring they are all taken care of until Prince William's ascension to the throne.
Queen Elizabeth - $500 million
After a monumental seven-decade reign, the late Queen Elizabeth had amassed a personal net worth of over $500 million by the time of her passing. The Queen owned a number of private estates, as well as extensive jewelry and art collections. Additionally, she received a grand inheritance from her mother's passing, as well as received 25% of yearly profits from the Crown Estate.
The Queen had set up various trust funds to distribute her wealth among her family, ensuring that everyone down to her great-grandchildren would be taken care of for years to come.
King Charles - $600 million
It's crazy to think of starting a new job at 73 years old, but that's the life of a monarch sometimes. Since his ascension to the throne in 2022, the new king has inherited the majority of Queen Elizabeth's estate, including rare jewels, artwork, and large amounts of property owned privately by the late queen.
What's more, he now heads a portfolio of over $40 billion that the monarchy holds in trust for the kingdom - though they don't and will never privately own any part of this.