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Prince William, 39, is a member of the Royal Family and stands second in line to the throne, behind his father Charles, Prince of Wales. He is the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II whose reign has lasted longer than any other British monarch in history, so it doesn't look like he will be stepping up as the King of England anytime soon!
Besides this, Prince William holds the title of the Duke of Cambridge and lives with his wife Kate and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and their youngest Prince Louis. His effort in the fight against mental health issues and homelessness, as well as his role in trying to save the environment, has made him shine in the eyes of the public. So, with many people seeing him as the perfect future monarch, how much is the Duke of Cambridge worth now?
Prince William’s source of income has varied across his lifetime, however nowadays the main source of his wealth comes via the Duchy of Cornwall, which made profits of $26 million in 2020. William gets a portion of this allocated to him from his father Charles.
When William and Prince Harry’s great grandmother the Queen Mother died in 2002, the brothers inherited a trust fund, as well as William inheriting $10 million from his late mother, Princess Diana’s estate on his 25th birthday.
Currently as of 2022, Prince William’s estimated total net worth is around $30-40 million as calculated by Celebrity Net Worth.
When William worked in the Royal Air Force, completing seven and a half years of full time military service, he earned a salary of $73,000 a year. William was first commissioned as a lieutenant in the Blues and Royals Regiment and then earned his wings by completing pilot training at Royal Air Force College Cranwell. On top of this Prince William served as a full time helicopter pilot in the Search and Rescue Force, and still to this day is a Patron of the Royal Air Force.
During, and after his time in service, Prince William has always carried out his Royal duties to a high professional standard, starting his them straight out of university with his first solo overseas tour coming in 2005, when he traveled to New Zealand to participate in World War II commemorations. As well as his royal duties in support or on the behalf of the Queen, he has also done a lot for charities such as the British Red Cross, as well as being a strong environmental activist and helping to support sporting events. William and his wife Catherine served as ambassadors for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, during a variety of sporting events.
Prince William and his family live in Kensington Palace in London. Their residence is valued at an estimated £624 million and contains a rich array of royal apartments, wings and offices. The family currently live in the apartment 1A, which is a opulent four storey mansion with 20 rooms, including a range of drawing rooms, an elevator to get around, a gym and even a private, walled garden.