This is the list of the top richest princes in their personal net worth excluding properties held by the state, government or Crown and is listed in U.S dollars for simple comparison purposes. The world’s wealthiest princes earned a coveted spot on this list. Sure inheriting much of their wealth helped but many of these royals actually earned a large share of their foutune through investment and business ventures. We have been highlighting the rich lists of many royals and kings and here we are again with something really new this time. Here is the list of the top 10 richest princes in the world with income total net worth.
- Prince Alwaleed bin Tala Alsoud:
Net Worth: $20 billion
One of the biggest investors in the world Alwaleed bin Tala is king Abdullah nephew. He as little actual political power he is still a billionaire and a prince and he very publicly and extravagantly lives the life of Luxury with palaces and even an Airbus A380 decked out with a concert hall and 20 suites. His amassing an astounding almost incomprehensible level of wealth. His net worth is $20 billion.
2. Prince Hans Adam ll:
Net Worth: $3.5 billion
Hans Adam ll has an estimated net worth of $3.5 billion. Head of a nearly 900 year old family prince celebrating he 65th birthday last year with display at Vienna Liechtenstein museum of roughly 140 artworks acquired during his reign including works by Rembrandt and Rubens also promoting his new book the state in the third Millennium. In 2009 a year after tax evasion scandals brought investigations and calls for more transparency in the county banking sector.
3. Prince Albert ll:
Net Worth: $1 billion
His wealth includes holdings in the Societe des bains de mer de Manocao a company that manages the riches of the Monte Carlo Casino and Opera de Monte Carlo. Albert ll the prince of Monaco had an estimated wealth of $1 billion in 205.
4. Pricne Aga Khan IV:
Net Worth: $ $800 million
Aga Khan is a successful businessman in Europe especially the United Kingdom. In this country hundreds he has been able to pad his wallet by breeding hundreds of race horses and owning exclusive clubs for the wealthy. Aga was once a billionaire but the recession forced him to cut back on his hotels which dipped his net worth down to of race horses and owning exclusive clubs for the wealthy.
5. Prince Andrew:
Net Worth: $75 million
He is involved in more than 100 organizations like fight for sight and national society for the prevention of cruelty to children full stop campaign. This British prince is also known as the duke of York. He is the second son and third child of Queen Elizabeth ll and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
6. Prince Edward:
Net Worth: $ $45 million
Prince Edward born 10 March 1964 is the youngest of four children and the third son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. At the time of his birth, he was third in line to succeed his mother; as of today, he is ninth in line. In the meantime in keeping with the tradition of sons of monarchs being ennobled upon marriage while reserving the rank of duke for the future, Prince Edward became the first prince since the Tudors to be specifically created an earl, rather than a duke. He has also taken over the Duke’s role in the Duke of Edinburgh’s award scheme, attending Gold award ceremonies around the world.
7. Prince Harry:
Net Worth: $40 million
Prince Harry was born 15 September 1984. He is son of the Prince Charles and Dina. Prince Harry is a bona fide Prince who has a net worth of $40 million. Prince Harry is also known in his military role as Captain Harry Wales. Though Prince Harry has had his share of negative attention in the media he redeemed himself in 2005 when he entered into the Royal Military academy sand hurst, where he joined the Alamein Company and completed officer training to be commissioned as a comet second lieutenant in the Blues and royals a regiment of the household cavalry in the British Army.
8. Prince Charles:
Net Worth: $28 million
He is the Prince of Wales and is the eldest son of the Queen Elizabeth II. His major sources of incomes are his properties and the money that he inherits from the inherited landed estate, Duchy of Cornwall estate.
9. Prince Richard:
Net Worth: $25 million
Richard Prince is an American painter and photographer. Prince Richard was born on 26 August 1944 and spent his early years in Australia where Prince Henry was served as governor general from 1945-1947. Prince Richard’s elder brother Prince William, who was unmarried, was killed in a flying accident. He had been close to the Prince of Wales who named his son, Prince William now the Duke of Cambridge for him. He maintains a close interest in seeing the kings remains are treated with the utmost dignity. Prince Richard is a full time working royal who still supports the Queen. His net worth is $25 million.
10. Prince William:
Net Worth: $20 million
When you are a King or another royal that difference to distinguish you from other George’s is more significant than the usual surname thus it’s rather normal for a lot of royals not to possess a surname in the slightest. Within an age when we must complete lots of official documents this looks odd, but it’s a convention the royal family continues on. Instead royals are famous for his or her peerage or territorial designation. Then he took entrance exams and was accepted into Eton College prompting female applications to skyrocket. The paparazzi had an arrangement to leave Wills be in exchange for routine upgrades. The kids of royals take on the peerage of the parents.