Many reports say that the family is selfish with their money and that “the royal family seems to live in its own world that is totally unaffected by the country’s struggles.” So, it is easy to say that this family is not the most honored and idolized as the other families on this list.
Other than that, they also received a fund of $7.4 million for palace administration for their royal household. The family’s wealth has been spent on their extravagant royal palace and their summer home in the Baltics.
Swaziland Royal Family
Estimated net worth: $100 million The Swaziland Royal Family, better known as the House of Dlamini, rules Swaziland (AKA Eswatini) — a small country in Africa. King Mswati III serves as the current king of Eswatini after inheriting the crown from his father at the young age of only 18 years old.
His policies and lifestyle are known for being very controversial, as he practices polygamy and has 15 wives and many children. This led to many protests within the country as well as international criticism.
Oman Royal Family
Estimated net worth: $900 million Qaboos bin Said has ruled Oman as the Sultan of Oman until his death in January 2020. At the time of his death, he held the record of being the longest-reigning leader in the Middle East.
Qaboos made history by ending the country’s international isolation after overthrowing his father with British support. He implemented more modern policies that advanced the living standards in his country.
In the letter, he stated that his intended successor would be his cousin, Haitham bin Tariq, who is now honored as the Sultan of Oman. In his first speech as the Sultan, he stated that he would uphold Qaboos’ modern policies.