New Delhi. Where on one hand, Queen Elizabeth II of Britain has died today at the age of 96. At the same time, the Queen took her last breath at her residence in Balmarole, Scotland.
Significantly, after the death of her father George VI in 1952, Elizabeth II took over the reins of Britain at the age of just 25. Apart from Britain, Queen Elizabeth II was also the queen of 15 other countries.
Anyway, there is a general belief about the king and queen of any country that they have or will have a lot of wealth. So today we know how much wealth the Queen of Britain left behind and who is the heir to this immeasurable wealth?
According to media reports, Elizabeth II has left behind billions of assets. At the same time, according to Fortune, Queen Elizabeth II has left behind a huge wealth of about $ 500 million in Indian rupees, about Rs 39,858,975,000. Now this property will be inherited by Prince Charles, who became the King of Britain after his death.
According to Forbes, the British royal family had about $ 28 billion in real estate by the year 2021, which cannot be sold under any circumstances. Included in these assets is the value of The Crown Estate at $19.5 billion. While Buckingham Palace is worth $4.9 billion, the Duchy of Cornwall is worth $1.3 billion, the Duchy of Lancaster $748 million, Kessington Palace is worth $630 million and the Crown Estate of Scotland itself is worth about $592 million.
The Queen’s personal wealth was over $500 million
At the same time, according to other media reports, the Queen had also amassed about $ 500 million in assets from her investments, jewelry, art collection and real estate holdings. After his death, this property will now be handed over to his son and King of Britain, Prince Charles. After the death of the Queen, Prince Charles is automatically proclaimed King of Britain. Apart from this, he will also head 15 other countries including Australia, Canada and New Zealand.