The health of the monarch of the United Kingdom is concerned after a statement from the Crown. Now, the question arises about her fortune: how much is she and where does she come from?
The statement issued by the British Crown that set off alerts about the health of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain has the whole world on edge: Buckingham Palace only reported that her doctors are concerned about her and that they recommended her to rest in Balmora Castle l, where the monarch currently resides.
“Following further evaluation this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended that she remain under medical supervision, ” the statement said, ending by saying “The Queen remains comfortable at the [Castle ] Balmoral”, in Scotland.
The brief letter shared this Thursday raises concern throughout the British population and throughout the world, and suggests a world without Queen Elizabeth II. A monarch who, of her 96 years of life, spent 70 of them wearing the crown.
ISABEL II’S Net Worth: HOW MUCH IS IT?
Between 500 and 600 million dollars, according to estimates by the Sunday Times. However, this figure is not definitive since it must be filtered by the Civil List that the British Government maintains to know who manages its resources.
For its part, the entire British monarchy as a whole boasts some $88 billion: this is what Forbes indicates. This is because the British Crown brand is the fifth best-known in the world behind Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple: the brand value alone would exceed $ 45 million.
As reported at the time by the Good To Know media, Queen Elizabeth II declared that her income comes from three different sources. The first of these is the annual Sovereign Grant payment, the Privy Purse, a separate income from Lancaster County; the second is her heritage; and finally, her personal heritage.
The Privy Purse involves a portfolio held in trust by the Sovereign since 1339 and includes land, property, luxury goods and other assets of the Crown.
“At the end of March 2021, the Duchy of Lancaster had £577.3 million of net assets under its control, resulting in a net surplus of £22.3 million,” reports the Duchy of Lancaster in its website.
Finally, in the Queen’s personal fortune is her inheritance, which includes the private properties she inherited from her father, such as Balmoral Castle or Sandringham Estates.
Another £10 million belongs to Prince Philip, who passed away in April this year and left this money to the Queen. Among that fortune are 3000 millionaire books and paintings