Queen Elizabeth Net Worth 2022: Did World Crisis And COVID-19 Pandemic Affect The Wealth Of Prince Charles' Mom? Monarch Back To Work Weeks After Contracting Deadly Coronavirus

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Queen Elizabeth is, without a doubt, the most popular longest-reigning monarch in the world. Her Majesty handled most of the British royal family's patronages as the head of the monarchy.

Though Queen Elizabeth diminished the number of her royal engagements and duties, the mother of Prince Charles remains the most hard-working member of the British royal family. In fact, Her Majesty continued performing light tasks even after she contracted the COVID-19 a few weeks ago.

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Since Queen Elizabeth has been growing her wealth throughout her 70 years of reign, avid followers of the British monarch is wondering how rich is she at present. What is her net worth? Keep on reading to know more details.

Queen Elizabeth's Net Worth In 2022 Revealed

As of 2022, it is claimed that the net worth of Queen Elizabeth is around $600 million. Though the wife of the late Prince Philip is one of the richest women in the world, she actually does not belong to the billionaire class.

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Queen Elizabeth has a personal title on Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, England, and Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Her Majesty inherited this real estate from her father, King George VI, after his demise.

However, Queen Elizabeth nor the British government do not own the real estate portfolio called The Crown Estate. However, if the monarch owns the Crown Estate, it would swell her net worth to $25 billion and land her a spot in the 50 richest people in the world list.

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ertaReports have it that Queen Elizabeth enjoys her direct control over the sovereign grant issued by the treasury. The said grant is reserved to cover her expenses during royal engagements and official duties as a monarch, which include travel, entertainment, and property maintenance expenses.

The Sunday Times, however, noted that Queen Elizabeth's rank in the magazine's Rich List has dropped over the past couple of years. The world crisis and COVID-19 pandemic have, reportedly, affected the finances of her Majesty.

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Though she is the most talked-about monarch today, Queen Elizabeth is far from one of the richest women in the world. In 2020, it was revealed that King Maha Vajiralongkorn of Thailand is the richest ruling monarch with an estimated value of around $45 billion.

King Mohammed of Morroco followed on the second spot with a net worth of $2.1 billion. Earning the third to fifth spots were Prince Albert of Monaco ($1 billion), King Abdullah of Jordan ($750 million), and Queen Elizabeth, respectively.

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Though she is one of the richest and busiest people in the world, Queen Elizabeth says she enjoys a low-stress lifestyle. Her daily routine includes rising for the day at 9 a.m. after light reading and breakfast.

Queen Elizabeth then spends time in her office before taking tea in the garden in the afternoon. The British monarch reportedly gets to bed around 12 a.m. and enjoys reading before bed.

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Queen Elizabeth Back To Work After COVID-19 Recovery

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth has started performing her royal duties again after she recovered from the deadly COVID-19. Her Majesty even welcomed General of Canada and Mr. Whit Fraser for tea, on Tuesday, at Windsor Castle.

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Buckingham Palace released snaps of Queen Elizabeth's recent engagement on social media. The "frail-looking" monarch was seen smiling as she greeted and shook the hands of her guests.

Queen Elizabeth also undertook two virtual audiences -- with the ambassadors of Mongolia and Tajikistan -- from Windsor Castle earlier that day. In February, Buckingham Palace said Her Majesty continued working on light duties after testing positive for COVID-19.

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