Elizabeth II

Net Worth: $600'000'000

Elizabeth II

$600'000'000

Queen Elizabeth II is the constitutional monarch of sixteen Commonwealth countries and Head of the Commonwealth and Supreme Governor of the Church of England. Queen Elizabeth II has a net worth of $600’000’000. Queen Elizabeth II reigns over 16 nations that form the Commonwealth of Realms including the Bahamas Grenada, Jamaica Barbados Canada, Australia New Zealand, Tuvalu st Lucia, Saint Vincent, and the Grenadines, Belize, Antigua. She is also head of the Church of England. Table of Contentedly Life Ascension Personal Life Wealth Details Personal Assets The Crown Estate Early Life Elizabeth Alexandra Mary was born in London, United Kingdom, in April 1926. Her parents were Queen Elizabeth, Duchess of York, and Prince Albert of York. She served in the Auxiliary Territorial Service During the Second World War. She married 1947 Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark. They would have four children, including Prince Charles, who eventually would be her heir-apparent to the throne. When she was born, her grandfather, George, was King, and her uncle was in line to inherit the throne. Her uncle Edward VIII became King after her grandfather’s death. Just 11 months after ascending the throne, Edward abdicated In 1936 to marry his American wife, Wallis Simpson. When Edward abdicated, the crown passed to his younger brother Albert Frederick Arthur George Elizabeth’s father. From 1936 until his death in February 1952, he became George VI. Key FactsControls – but can’t sell – $28 billion worth of assets The Crown Estate is worth $19’000’000’000 The Crown Estate generates $450m in profit per year Receives 25% of Crown Estate profits Buckingham Palace is worth $5’000’000’000 Has at least $600’000’000 in personal assets Personally owns two castles: Sandringham House and Balmoral Ascension As The eldest child in her family, Elizabeth ascended to The throne in 1952 upon The passing of her father. As such, she became queen regnant of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Pakistan, and Ceylon. The coronation was the first televised in history. She is also technically The Queen of Barbados, Jamaica, Grenada, Solomon Islands, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Belize Tuvalu, Antigua and Barbuda Nevis, and Saint Kitts. She is a monarch and rarely grants interviews. Elizabeth is the longest-serving British monarch in history and one of the longest-serving monarchs. Her son Charles Prince of Wales, is The queen’s apparent heir to The throne. After Charles ascends, his eldest son, William, will be Prince of Wales. This designation is reserved for the heir to the throne. As previously mentioned, Elizabeth has been married to Prince Philip of Edinburgh since 1947. They had three children Edward, Prince Andrew, and Princess Anne. They have eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren As of the time of writing. Elizabeth is the patron of more than 600 organizations and charities. She has owned a famous Pembroke Welsh corgi for the majority of her life. Contrary to popular belief, Queen Elizabeth is not even close to being the richest woman in the world. Technically she is not a billionaire. Queen Elizabeth is worth $600’000’000, according to the official net worth statement. Elizabeth’s Assets are split into two categories: 1) Assets directly owned by her personally and 2) Assets by a body called the Crown Estate. Personal Assets Queen Elizabeth personally owns Balmoral Castle in Scotland and the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, England. They were inherited by her father. She personally owns a valuable stock portfolio, several works of art, and even a stamp collection. Crown Estate is essentially a portfolio of real estate that is not owned by Elizabeth or The government. Queen Elizabeth’s net worth would easily top 25 billion If she had personally owned the Crown Estate, which would make her one of the 50 richest people in the world. While she may not own the Crown Estate, she is profiting from its earnings. In a given year, the Crown Estate produces for Elizabeth approximately $18’000’000 In income annually. Another real estate portfolio called the Duchy of Lancaster produces a total annual income of 27’000’000. Through an entity called the Sovereign Grant, Elizabeth takes 25% of the income produced by the Crown Estate to pay for her family’s expenses, such as travel, housekeeping, and IT costs. Elizabeth also owns but does not own the Royal Collection Trust. The Royal Collection Trust holds art and other precious works from The Royal family. Over 1’000’000 objects are owned by The trust, with 7’000 paintings by artists including Rembrandt and Leonardo da Vinci. The Collection of The Royal Collection Trust is probably worth 1 billion.

ID: 1075538
Published: 19/08/2022
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Apr 21, 1926
Sep 8, 2022
Female
1443
United Kingdom

Present Rank:

1443

Historical Rank:

2242

Date of Birth:

Apr 21, 1926

Date of Death:

Sep 8, 2022

Age:

96

Profession:

Nationality:

United Kingdom

Gender:

Female

Height:

1.63m

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