Let's see where Queen Elizabeth II gets her money and how much money she has.

The Queen received a large amount of personal money from her father, King George VI.

When the Queen Mother died in 2002, she received certain assets from her mother's $94 million fortune.

In addition, the queen inherited a large portion of her late husband Prince Philip's inheritance, which is estimated to be worth $30 million

Sovereign Grant

The royal family received 25% of the Crown Estate income in 2020, totaling $475 million.

Privy Purse

The Privy Purse, which is passed down from sovereign to sovereign, is another source of personal income for the queen.

It is funded by the Duchy of Lancaster, a massive landholding that includes 45,700 acres of farmland in North England and the land on which the Savoy Hotel in London is built.

Value of the Queen's stamp collection

You might be astonished to learn that the world's oldest stamp collection, which she received from her grandpa, is one of the queen's most precious assets.

The Royal Philatelic Collection is worth $134 million, And the Queen’s personal net worth is valued at around $530 million.