The members of the British Royal Family are on a level of their own when it comes to wealth and status. While certain royals are known worldwide, there are a few lesser-known family members with net worths larger than you can imagine. From the Queen to Countess Sophie, we ranked the Royal Family's net worths, and you will be surprised to find out who has the most money in their bank account.
25. Lady Amelia Windsor – $1 million
As the third cousin of Prince William and Harry, Lady Amelia Windsor is 36th in line for the throne. Unlike her distant cousins, she doesn't have the same royal duties, so she has time to travel the world as a professional model working with brands like Chanel.
Lady Amelia has been gaining a following on Instagram and rakes in around $1 million annually. Once people found out that she is a member of the Royal Family, they were interested to see how she acted compared to her closely watched relatives.
24. Princess Eugenie – $4.8 million
You might be shocked to find out that a member of the Royal Family has a regular job. Princess Eugenie, the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, is an associate director for an art gallery in London. Annually, she makes around $145,000.
For a common person, that is a large salary, but it is pretty low for a Royal. As for her estimated net worth of $4.8 million, she is the beneficiary of a massive trust fund from the Queen. Despite her wealth, she is not quitting her job any time soon.
23. Princess Beatrice – $5 million
Princess Beatrice must be cheering because of all the money she has. Like her sister Eugenie, Beatrice is also a beneficiary from a trust set up by Queen Elizabeth. Although she doesn't have a big estate like her cousins William and Harry, she lives a comfortable life.
Besides the trust from her grandmother, Beatrice is also helped financially by her father, Prince Andrew. Beatrice also holds a job as the vice president of a software company called Afiniti, so that she can take care of herself just fine.
22. Camilla Parker Bowles – $5 million
Camilla Parker Bowles is the wife of Prince Charles, and she gets a large sum of money from him. Besides her husband's allowance, Bowles also makes money from the real estate properties that she owns. Camilla became a respected public figure after working with various charitable organizations in Great Britain.
Bowles was Charles's mistress while he was married to Diana, but the couple didn't get married until 2005, nine years after his divorce. Although there was some controversy around their relationship, she has become a beloved household name in England.
21. Meghan Markle – $5 million
Today, you can't talk about the Royal Family without Meghan Markle's name coming up in conversation. Before her relationship with Prince Harry, Markle starred in the show Suits, where most of her money comes from. However, TV money is nothing compared to her husband's royal money.
Although Harry and Meghan chose to leave their titles and the family behind, she still has plenty of opportunities because of her association with the Royal Family. Markle won't receive royal funding, but that probably won't matter if she returns to acting.
20. Princess Michael of Kent – $8 million
Princess Michael of Kent and her husband don't have to pay their rent because the Queen does it for them, so they are saving a lot of money. Despite the Queen's financial help, Princess Michael had a respectable and successful career as an interior designer and even wrote several novels.
As an author, Princess Michael was fairly successful and wrote a handful of books about European royalty. Today, she gives lectures about her books' topics and appears at different royal functions with her husband.
19. Kate Middleton – $10 million
After marrying into the royal family, the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton's net worth increased significantly, but that doesn't mean she has the same amount of money as her husband. Although most couples split their wealth evenly, that is not the case in the Royal Family.
While Kate does get money from Prince Charles, she was already well-off before her marriage to Prince William. Her family is not royalty, but they do have a successful business worth around $40 million. All of these factors contribute to Kate's large net worth.
18. Zara Tindall – $20 million
As the daughter of Princess Anne and the oldest grandchild of the Queen, Zara Tindall has quite the net worth. Her mother was an athlete and one of the hardest-working royals, which is where Zara gets her work ethic.
Zara is a professional equestrian and has even competed in the Olympics, winning a silver medal. Most of Zara's wealth has come from her successful jewelry line. Despite not having a royal title, she has done well for herself in many entrepreneurial endeavors.
17. Prince Richard – $25 million
Besides rocking a top hat better than anyone in the modern-day, Prince Richard is also known as the Queen's cousin and the Duke of Gloucester. As the son of Prince Henry, who was the brother of King George VI, Richard believes he is the poorest of the royals. If he considers $25 million poor, we have to question his sanity.
With a net worth of $25 million, Prince Richard has nothing to worry about in terms of assets. Throughout his career as an architect, Prince Richard was widely successful and earned the title of President of the Society of Architect Artists.
16. Prince Philip – $30 million
As the husband of the longest-serving monarch, Prince Phillip has been by her side throughout her reign. The pair met when Elizabeth was just 13, and they began corresponding. At the time, he was the prince of Greece and Denmark, so he was a good suitor for the future queen. After his service in World War II, Elizabeth's father gave Philip permission to marry his daughter.
Most of Prince Phillips's money comes from his annual salary for serving as the Duke of Edinburgh. He recently gave his title to Prince Edward, but he has plenty of money to hold onto. At 99-years-old, he has a successful life to look back on.
15. Princess Anne – $30 million
Although she is the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth, not many people talk about Princess Anne. With an estimated net worth of $30 million, she is known as one of the hardest-working royals in the family, and she is beloved by the public.
Throughout her life, Princess Anne has silently contributed to more than 300 charities. She has also had a highly successful athletic career as an equestrian like her daughter Zara. She was the first member of the Royal Family to appear at the Olympics, and she has a gold and silver meal to show for it.
14. Princess Diana – $31.5 million
Although she tragically passed away in 1997, Princess Diana left a large financial footprint behind. At the time of her death, Princess Diana had a net worth of $31.5 million, most of which is from the divorce settlement from Prince Charles in 1996.
After her death, Diana's assets were split between Prince William and Harry. The boys also received some of her jewelry and mementos. Despite her large net worth, most people only remember her for being "The People's Princess," which is worth much more than anything money can buy.
13. Prince Harry – $39 million
While Prince Harry served in the Royal Air Force, he made $53,000 annually. This is much more than the average soldier's salary, but it is not much money for the Prince. After his mother passed away, Harry received a large sum of money from her estate.
Throughout his life, he has also been funded by his father, Prince Charles. Although he was a beloved member of the Royal Family, Prince Harry has since renounced his title and became financially independent after his marriage to Meghan Markle. We have to wonder if he is regretting this decision yet.
12. Prince William – $40 million
As the second in line for the throne after his father, Prince William has an estimated net worth of $40 million. He has always been seen as the heir to the throne throughout his life, which put a lot of pressure on him, but it came with some perks.
After his mother passed away, he received a substantial inheritance, and he will get money once the Queen passes away. On top of that, he gets funding from his father as well as a Sovereign Grant. Prince William is perfectly taken care of and ready to take the throne when his time comes.
11. Sophie Helen – $45 million
As the Queen's closest confidante and the wife of Prince Edward, Sophie Helen, the Countess of Wessex, is doing well for herself. Since marrying into the Royal Family, she has shown her pride time after time, and it has paid off.
Sophie has always abided by the rules and kept up her public image, which is why she must be so liked by the Queen. As part of her royal duties, Duchess Sophie works with 70 charities, and she is chief to multiple Corps groups.
10. Prince Edward – $45 million
As the youngest of Queen Elizabeth's children, Prince Edward has had a successful career throughout his life. Most of his earnings are from the Sovereign Grant and family funding, but he works hard as well.
Prince Edward recently took the title of Duke of Edinburgh after his father stepped down in 2017. Throughout his life, Edward tried to branch into the entertainment industry and created a television company called Ardent Productions.
9. Prince Louis – $65 million
Although the adorable Prince Louis is just a baby, he still has more money than most people will make in a lifetime. At just two-years-old, Louis is the youngest son of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and he hasn't done much in his life yet. However, when you are born into the Royal Family, you don't have to do much.
According to British economic trends, when a royal baby is born, the economy rises. In one year, Prince Louis brought in $65 million for doing nothing but being a baby. However, this sum is nothing compared to his older siblings.
8. Prince Andrew – $75 million
Despite his negative association with Jeffrey Epstein, Prince Andrew is still one of the highest-earning royals. As the Queen's son, he has an estimated net worth of $75 million, mostly from funding from the royals. However, he was also a successful businessman.
Annually, Prince Andrew gets around $400,000 from his mother, which is quite generous of her. He successfully invested money throughout his life and became a respected entrepreneur, collaborating with many other wealthy people, like Jeffrey Epstein.
7. Archie Harrison – $65-$90 million
Although his actual net worth is unknown yet, the son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is already earning more than most people. In his first year of life, he positively impacted the British economy and brought in around $65 million.
Although everyone was anticipating his arrival to the world, after his birth, Archie's parents decided to leave the Royal Family, so it is unknown whether this will impact his net worth. Without that royal funding, we can assume it will only go down.
6. Lady Kitty Spencer – $100 million
Despite not being well-known as a member of the British Royal Family, Lady Kitty Spencer seems to be doing just fine and has amassed a larger net worth than either Prince William or Prince Harry. However, she is only technically a royal because she is the niece of the late Princess Diana.
Lady Kitty amassed her sizeable net worth as the spokesmodel for BVLGARI jewelry and other modeling jobs. It's not hard to see why she has been such a successful model, but it is still surprising how much more money she has than most royals.
5. Charles Spencer – $154 million
As the younger brother of Princess Diana, Charles Spencer is not technically a royal and does not hold a title, but he is closely associated with the family. For a decade, Spencer worked as an NBC News correspondent and became a reporter for Granada Television in the '90s.
Most of Spencer's money comes from his aristocratic lineage, but his successful career also helped. With a net worth of $154 million, he shouldn't be overlooked when thinking about the Royal Family.
4. Prince Charles – $400 million
As the oldest son of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles is next in line for the throne, and his net worth reflects that. With a whopping $400 million, a large portion of his money comes from his the Duchy of Cornwall fund set up to pay all of his family members.
The Duchy of Cornwall fund has around $1.3 billion in assets, so we can understand why Prince Charles is worth so much money. Like Prince William, Prince Charles has always gotten the most attention because he is the Queen's successor.
3. Queen Elizabeth II – $520 Million
Despite being worth over half a billion dollars, Queen Elizabeth II is still not on the top of the list. Although she is not in the top spot, we can't downplay how much this woman is worth. Between her numerous estates, including Balmore Castle, she has quite the chunk of change.
The Crown Estate technically owns the Queen's properties, but she collects 15-25 percent of its profits. Although most of her assets will be divided by her children and grandchildren, we wonder how much she will leave for her beloved corgis.
2. Prince George – $3.6 billion
Prince George may only be seven years old, but he is already worth more than most people could imagine earning in a lifetime. Prince George is third in line for the throne after Prince Charles and Prince William, so the public has taken quite an interest in him.
If George holds the throne one day, it is no wonder why people would be interested in him. This is why his net worth is so high at such a young age, but you won't believe how much his sister is worth even though she is not the heir to the throne.
1. Princess Charlotte – $5 billion
Coming in at the number one spot is the adorable Princess Charlotte. At just five-years-old, this little royal is already worth $5 billion. How is it possible that this little girl is worth more than both her parents combined when she hasn't done anything yet?
According to experts, the pint-sized princess is worth so much because of the "Charlotte Effect." The little girl is a trendsetter for children her age, and whenever she wears something, it is sold out within minutes. Princess Charlotte already has a major influence on the public, which will only increase over time, along with her net worth.