Royal families around the world have captivated us normal folk with their lavish lifestyles, which tend to include gorgeous palaces, sparkling jewels, and more than one person to wait on their every need. But not every royal is created equal, with some having a net worth far greater than others.
While King Felipe VI of Spain has a solid net worth of $20 million, and Queen Elizabeth II has $550 million, they both look “broke” compared to King Mohammed VI of Morocco’s $2.1 billion. Keep scrolling and take a look inside the wealth of some of the royals around the globe.
Queen Elizabeth II ($550 Million)
The only people in Britain whose wealth rivals the Queen’s net worth are Victoria and David Beckham. Leave it to a Spice Girl and a football star, two of Britain’s finest exports. Most of the Queen’s monstrous worth comes from her properties. She’s got a $140 million castle in the Scottish Highlands and the $65 million Sandringham House. She’s also got a few unique collections. The Queen is the owner of every single wild swan in the U.K., and she’s got the largest stamp collection in the world.
On top of her over $10 billion real estate holdings and royal art collection, Queen Elizabeth II gets a $12.9 million government stipend for her role (which includes a small amount of taxpayer money).