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Royal Family's Net Worth: How Rich Are They?

Slice TV Logo By Denette Wilford of Slice TV | Slide 1 of 10: Yowza. She's got the bulk of the BRF's net worth, rightfully so. This is her 93rd year on the planet, after all. While most of her money comes from ownership of properties (specifically Balmoral in Aberdeenshire and Sandringham in Norfolk), she also gets 15 to 25 per cent of the profits generated from Crown Estate properties such as Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. In addition, Her Maj earns a salary from the Duchy of Lancaster, a private and independent income reserved for the Duke of Lancaster, a.k.a. The Queen. And let's not even start on her vast jewelry collection.

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Queen Elizabeth ($520 million)

When you think of old money, nothing beats the British Royal Family. According to Money mag, their net worth is in the neighbourhood of around $88 billion, so not too shabby. Now, if you're wondering who makes what and how they make it, read on. And next time you see them dressed to the nines or wearing crown jewels, know they've got the dough to cover it all. And then some.

Yowza. She's got the bulk of the BRF's net worth, rightfully so. This is her 93rd year on the planet, after all. While most of her money comes from ownership of properties (specifically Balmoral in Aberdeenshire and Sandringham in Norfolk), she also gets 15 to 25 per cent of the profits generated from Crown Estate properties such as Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. In addition, Her Maj earns a salary from the Duchy of Lancaster, a private and independent income reserved for the Duke of Lancaster, a.k.a. The Queen. And let's not even start on her vast jewelry collection.

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