Thus, he created art museums to do so. Hans-Adam II said in an interview in 2004 that his family has traditionally been showing its art to the public. “World War II forced my father to put it into storage. It is a great pleasure for me — and for the whole family — to show it again.”
Just like many other royal families, many people wonder where their money comes from. But, the family has improved their image since then, masking the mystery of their money.
Liechtenstein Royal Family
Estimated net worth: $12 billion Prince Hans-Adam II is perhaps one of the most honored and worshiped royals in the world. He lives in a beautiful castle looking out to the Alpine mountains, and his 38,000 citizens only ever formally address him as “Your Serene Highness.”
This makes you wonder — how does someone become that wealthy and privileged? Well, the easy answer is that he owns various art museums, but he also gets money from his family bank, and he doesn’t even have to pay taxes!
Kuwaiti Royal Family
Estimated net worth: $360 billion Kuwait’s Royal family, also called the Al-Sabah family, currently comes in as the second richest Royal family in the world. Even though it is smaller than the Qatar family, the Kuwait family has more wealth from their stocks and shares.
Since the 1990s, these stocks and shares have quadrupled. This makes them the largest stakeholders in most of the major blue-chip companies in the U.S.
According to her, the number of parties they have is not important. The important thing is the information they learn from Washington to report back to their homeland while representing their interests to America. She is a successful businesswoman and ambassador for the small, yet powerful country of Kuwait.