The elderly Prince Edward is the late Queen’s first cousin. While he may not be in the spotlight much, he has still amassed an impressive net worth of $10 million. Since the Queen’s death in 2022, Prince Edward is the oldest living member of the British Royal family – he’s actually held the title of Duke of Kent for over 80 years.
He has been linked to over 140 charities in his life and, despite his age, is still very active across the UK and Commonwealth in appearances and charity engagements.
Katharine, Duchess of Kent - $10 million
The wife of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, since 1961, the Duchess has followed her husband from Germany to Hong Kong throughout his military career. She resigned from full royal duties in 1996 and took up a position as a primary school music teacher, where she went about quietly teaching for over a decade (and her students had no idea that their teacher lived in Kensington Palace!)
Katharine has remained heavily involved with many charities, with a special emphasis on funding young and talented musicians - an area close to her heart.
Lady Helen Taylor - $10 million
A second cousin to Queen Elizabeth and daughter of Prince Edward, Lady Helen Taylor was set for a comfortable life. Still, that hasn't stopped her from making her own living and making a name for herself in the art world.
Lady Helen is an art dealer, like her husband, and her talent and determination have earned her a comfortable net worth of $10 million. Ever the socialite, Lady Helen is known for hosting opulent parties with her husband for London's elite art crowd.
Timothy Laurence - $10 million
Timothy Laurence is the second and current husband of Princess Anne, Queen Elizabeth's only daughter. He is a decorated officer of the British Royal Navy, and actually worked for the royal family long before his relationship with Princess Anne began. He has served on the boards of multiple charities and trusts, many of which deal with property and regeneration.
In 2009, Timothy was appointed Head of Profession for the British Government's Property Asset Management community - so he's quite the accomplished man despite his impressive new family.
Princess Kate - $10 million
She may have grown up as a commoner, but there's nothing common about Kate Middleton's net worth. On top of her own family money, which includes a century-old trust fund, the Princess of Wales can also count on her inheritance from the late Queen. She has been with Prince William since 2001, and the public has loved her since her appearance on the royal scene.
It's expected that Kate inherited the bulk of the Queen's personal jewelry collection. The collection has over 300 pieces and an estimated worth of $110 million. Technically, Camilla should have the first pick of this as the Queen Consort, but insiders reveal that the Queen gave Kate the majority.