Top 20 Richest Royals In The World

Royalty brings with it power, class, and privilege. If you are born royalty, everything is handed to you on a silver platter.

Royals pass their wealth from one generation to the next. Everything royalty is meant to remain within the family.

The most celebrated and treasured royal family in the world is the British Royal Family. They inspire good values and devotion regardless of their vast wealth.

Top 20 Richest Royals In The World

Royals in the entire world are known to have the best of everything. The best lands, best properties, best properties, and many more.

Let us find out who are the richest royals in the world.

20. Princess Stéphanie, Monaco – $100 million

To kick us off is the Princess of Monaco, Stéphanie. She is the youngest of the children of the Prince of Monaco, Rainier III. 

She has a net worth of roughly $100 million. By birth, Princess Stephanie is a member of the House of Grimaldi.

19. Princess Caroline, Monaco – $100 million

Princess Caroline of Monaco comes in with a net worth of $100 million. She is the daughter of Rainier III, who is the Prince of Monaco, and Grace Kelly.

She is married to Ernst August, the Prince of Hanover. Caroline is a member of the House of Hanover by marriage.

18. King Mswati III, Swaziland – $100 million

Mswati III is the reigning King of Swaziland since 1986. He became King at only 18 years and has amassed a net worth of $100 million.

King Mswati III rules with his mother Ntombi, making it a complete monarchy. He has gathered his wealth from various enterprises.

17. Princess Charlene, Monaco – $150 million

Princess Charlene is best known as the wife of Prince Albert II of Monaco. She became a princess by default when she married the prince in 2011.

Charlene is a renowned South African former Olympic swimmer. She has an estimated net worth of $150 million.

16. Queen Beatrix, Netherlands – $200 million

Queen Beatrix served as the Queen of the Netherlands. As of 2021, her net worth is said to be about 200 million dollars. 

She became the monarch in 1980 when her mother renounced the throne. Queen Beatrix, on the other hand, stepped down from her royal throne in 2013. 

15. Prince Charles, Wales – $420 million

Prince Charles is the son of Queen Elizabeth II of England. His title is the Prince of Wales, and he has a net worth of about $420 million.

The Prince of Wales is among the wealthiest royals in history. Although Prince Charles has not ruled England yet, his net worth supersedes some rulers in power.

14. Queen Elizabeth II, England – $600 million

Queen Elizabeth II is the longest-reigning monarch in history. She took over the crown in 1953 and is still ruling England to date.

Queen Elizabeth II’s net worth is approximated at 600 million dollars. She is said to be the wealthiest member of her family.

13. Abdullah II, Jordan – $750 million

The presiding King of Jordan is Abdullah II. He took over the throne in 1999 when his father, King Hussein, passed on.

Abdullah II has gathered a net worth of 750 million dollars. He comes from the Hashemite family.

12. Prince Albert II, Monaco – $1 billion

Prince Albert II of Monaco comes in with a net worth of $1 billion. She is the son of the renowned Grace Kelly.

Most of his fortune is from the company that runs the Monte Carlo Casino and Opéra de Monte-Carlo. 

11. Princess Marie Chantal, Greece – $2 billion

Marie Chantal is the crown princess of Greece. She has a net worth of about $2 billion. 

Princess Marie married the Crown Prince of Greece, Pavlos. She is the daughter of billionaire Robert Warren Miller, a duty-free mogul.

10. King Mohammed VI, Morocco – $2.1 billion

The King of Morocco, Mohammed VI’s yearly salary is $488,604. He has since an estimated net worth of 2.1 billion dollars.

King Mohammed VI has the largest shares in the Société Nationale d’Investissement (SNI). It has businesses in all sectors of the economy.

9. Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Qatar – $2.1 billion

The Emir of the State of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim, has an estimated net worth of 2 billion dollars. In 2012, he took over from his father to become the youngest monarch in the world.

His wealth originates from managing Qatar Investment Authority. This company is in charge of gas reserves and excess oil in the country.

8. Prince Hans-Adam II, Liechtenstein – $3.5 billion

Prince Hans-Adam II is the ruler of Liechtenstein. He has amassed a net worth of about $3.5 billion. 

This royal family gathered their fortune through a privately-owned bank named the LGT Group. Prince Hans-Adam II also owns the family-owned private wealth firm, the Liechtenstein Global Trust.

7. Grand Duke Henri, Luxembourg – $4 billion

Grand Duke Henri is the Duke of Luxembourg. His net worth is approximately $4 billion as of 2021.

Every year, the royal family of Luxembourg is awarded a grant of $324,851 to cater to their royal activities. Talk of being handed money that you don’t need.

6. Prince Azim, Brunei – $5 billion

Prince Azim is the son of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, the Prime Minister of Brunei. He is awaiting third in line to succeed his father.

He has an approximated net worth of $5 billion. Prince Haji Abdul Azim is among the twelve siblings that make up the Brunei Royal family. 

5. Emir Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai, UAE – $14 billion

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The Vice President of Dubai comes in with an approximated net worth of $14 billion. Sheikh Mohammed has foreseen the launching of The Jumeirah Group, DP World, and Emirates Airlines.

Sheikh Mohammed is the Prime Minister of the UAE and the ruler of the Emirate of Dubai. He owns 99.67% of Dubai Holding.

4. Emir Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi, UAE – $18 million

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Khalifa bin Zayed is the reigning President of the UAE. He stands as the Emir of Abu Dhabi with an approximated net worth of $18 million.

Emir Khalifa is the chairman of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, which operates UAE’s excess oil. That is the center of his massive wealth, for the company has a net worth of half a trillion dollars. 

3. King Salman Abdulaziz bin Saud, Saudi Arabia – $20 billion

King Salman Abdulaziz bin Saud follows the King of Saudi Arabia with a net worth of $20 billion. The Saud Family of Saudi Arabia is said to be the wealthiest family worldwide.

The King’s fortune and the family’s come from investments and the oil sector. The family owns some of the most expensive properties in the world.

2. Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, Brunei – $30 billion

Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah is the second long-reigning monarch in the world. He has a massive net worth of 30 billion dollars.

Sultan Hassanal is the Prime Minister of Brunei, making him the overall monarch of the nation. Most of his wealth is from natural gas export and oil business.

1. King Vajiralongkorn, Thailand – $43 billion

King Vajiralongkorn is the richest of them all, with an estimated net worth of $43 billion. Also known as Rama X, he took over the throne right after his father, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, died.

Rama X is the tenth monarch of the Chakri dynasty. Much of his wealth comes from the 23% he has in Siam Commercial Bank.

Conclusion

Royalty goes hand in hand with riches. The two are inseparable.

The world is home to the richest royals. Most of them own everything in their country.

Indeed, wealth and riches equal power. Royalties are certainly living their best lives on earth.

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