Camilla Parker Bowles has certainly had an interesting life. The Duchess of Cornwall and the wife of Prince Charles –the future King of England has always been in the same circles as the British Royal Family. Parker Bowles was born in 1947 into a wealthy family. Her father, Bruce Shand was a successful wine merchant and Vice Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex. The duchess grew up on a luxurious country estate in Plumpton, Sussex. She also went to the best schools.
Though the duchess did not go to college –she did go to finishing schools and worked a part-time job as a secretary in London. The
What was Camilla Parker Bowles’ net worth before she married Prince Charles?
The Duchess of Cornwell has always been a member of high society. According to the Independent, she was left a $663,000 inheritance by her mother’s parents when they passed away. We’re not sure if she received a settlement when she and her ex-husband, Andrew Parker Bowles divorced in 1995, but whatever the
What is Camilla Parker Bowles’ net worth today?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, the Duchess of Cornwall is worth just $5 million which is a pretty small sum considering the fact that her husband, Prince Charles, is worth a stunning $100 million. As a working royal with a slew of charities under her belt that support, health, literacy, survivors of rape, sexual abuse, and domestic violence, empowering women, food, animals, as well as heritage and the arts –the duchess life is funded by her husband. The future king also supports Prince Harry, Prince William, Duchess Kate Middleton, and Duchess Meghan Markle’s royal activities.
What will Camilla Parker Bowles’ net worth be when Prince Charles becomes King of England?
When Prince Charles does become the King of England, Duchess Camilla Parker Bowles’ wealth will grow exponentially. Though the Prince of Wales is worth $100 million — when he becomes the king (upon the passing of his mother Queen Elizabeth II) he will inherit a great deal of her money. According to CNN Money, Queen Elizabeth II’s net worth is estimated at around $470 million. Though much of that wealth will need to be separated amongst, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, and their families –as the king, Prince Charles will get a massive chunk. In fact, the royal family as a whole is worth $88 billion.
Prince Charles will also inherit the Sovereign Grant — the annual allowance given to the queen (or king) by the government. The funds come from British citizens’ tax dollars. The queens also has a private financial portfolio called, The Duchy of Lancaster and it has a net worth of around $682 million. That will pass to Prince Charles when he becomes King and the prince’s financial portfolio, the Duchy of Cornwall, will pass to Prince William.
Since Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles reportedly do not have a prenuptial agreement– half of all of that money is technically hers.
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