The British royals may be the most watched family in Britain, but they are by no means the richest, according to new data.
An analysis by Wealth-X, the global wealth research firm, states that her Majesty, the Queen has a net worth of at least $510 million.
The Times of London's Rich List has also put the Queen at around $500 million, and says she receives a stipend of $12.9 million a year. (Some of her holdings include stud farms, a fruit farm, and one of the world’s largest stamp collections, started by her grandfather).
Prince Charles is worth about $210 million, while Prince William is worth a mere $19 million, according to Wealth-X.
Granted, the net worth numbers don’t include the possible inheritance of the Crown Jewels and the Royal Collection. But even with a combined net worth of around $870 million, the Royals Still, the family as a whole doesn’t even crack the top 20 richest families in Britain.
Said Myklos D. Rambus, CEO of Wealth-X, “The fact that the combined wealth of the top 14 members only reached $1 billion reflects what has been suspected for some time: new wealth is overtaking old wealth in Britain."
-By CNBC's Robert Frank
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