The Royal Baby recently made his first public appearance. With all the buzz surrounding the tiny boy, it shouldn’t be too surprising that his future inheritance has already been calculated, estimated to be at about $1 billion.
His Royal Highness, Prince George Alexander Louis has finally arrived.
With all the buzz surrounding the little Prince, it shouldn’t be too surprising that his future inheritance has already been calculated, estimated to be at about $1 billion. (1,1,1) A valuation was done by Wealth-X, a company that analyzes high worth celebrities and individuals.
Queen Elizabeth II’s worth is said to be about $660 million, while Prince Charles is worth roughly $370 million. Prince George’s dad, Prince William is worth approximately $20 million. The younger Prince Harry is worth slightly less at $16 million.
The figures of the potential inheritance do not include the Crown Jewels and the Royal Collection. That $1 billion number is also not reflective of Queen Elizabeth II’s 15 percent income raise, from Crown Estate profits, which is scheduled to take effect next year.
But that money may not be a positive aspect in the child’s life. The president of Wealth-X, David Friedman stated “Families with substantial wealth already face acute challenges in helping their children navigate the burden and expectations that can accompany that wealth.”