What is Prince Philip’s net worth? Prince Philip had a net worth of £30million ( UGX 150,081,386,130), according to reports. Before the Prince retired from royal life he was earning an estimated £395,000 per year.
Prince Philip’s uncle, the King of Greece, was forced into exile during the Greco-Turkish war after a military government took over.
The Greek royal family returned to rule in 1935, and ruled until it’s final downfall in 1974.
The Greek royal family was disbanded after the population voted for it to be abolished in 1974, 69 percent to 31.
The net worth of the Danish royal family in its totality is not known, but Queen Margrethe II is reported to be worth £32.4m.
The Prince’s private wealth, however, is hard to estimate. With his wife being, in some senses, the ultimate breadwinner, Philip was able to dedicate his life to her service, and that of Britain.
Philip announced his retirement from public duties in August 2017.
Only working royals are given money from the royal grant, the sum of cash paid to the Queen by the taxpayer each year.
As well as the huge taxpayer funded sovereign grant, the Queen owns the Duchy of Lancaster.
This private estate made up of grand properties.
The Duchy makes a whopping revenue surplus of £19.2M a of 2017.
Prince Philip did own a a nice collection of expensive cars, of which he was thought to be pretty fond.
The Queen and Prince Philip were both big fans of the Land Rover and Range Rover.
The Queen’s favourite is thought to be the Land Rover Defender.
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