Queen Elizabeth owns many palaces, several sparkling diamond crowns, a pure gold piano, and a monastery. The Queen claims the owner belongs to The Crown at the right time to reveal. The Crown of British controls nearly $28 billion in assets through the Crown Company. The count of assets where the estimated value of Kensington Palace is $630 million, Buckingham Palace $4.9 billion, the Duchy of Cornwall is $1.3 billion and the Duchy of Lancaster 748 million dollars, and the Crown Estate in Scotland is $592 million. The total value of the Crown property is about $19.5 billion.
Ownership of the property
The British royal family does not hold all this money; some of the money is owned by the British Treasury. Property ownership belongs to the reigning monarch; neither the king nor the government is the legal owner of the Crown property. In 2020, the crown generated £475m of profits, with the royal family receiving 25% and the British Treasury getting 75%.
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Works of art
The Queen mother bestowed an inheritance valued at £70 million to Queen Elizabeth, including some important works of art. The Queen transfers the most important items her mother left to the Royal collection. The Queen’s husband, the late Prince Philip, left the property worth around £10m to his wife. The Queen would help her hide their private wealth, and she would not embarrass herself in front of the public.