Prince Edward Net Worth

Net Worth: $45 Million
  • Source of Wealth:

    Property, Inheritance
  • Age:

  • Birth Place:

    Buckingham Palace, London
  • Weight:

  • Marital Status:

    Married (Sophie, Countess of Wessex)
  • Full Name:

    Edward Anthony Richard Louis
  • Nationality:

    United Kingdom
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About Edward Anthony Richard Louis

Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward, the last child of Queen Elizabeth II has an estimated net worth of $45 million.

Born as Edward Antony Richard Louis in 1964, He was the fourth child and third son of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II. He was third in line to the throne at the time of birth, however he is now eighth in line of succession to the throne.

Prince Edward had his early education at Buckingham Palace with a specially appointed governess. Later, along with his siblings, he had his education in northern Scotland. Prince Edward is one of the five members of the Royal family of Britain who has a university degree.

He has great interest in theater. Following his dreams, he worked for a few theatrical companies, where he specially organised the grandeur musical cricket in 1986 to celebrate the 60th birthday of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. In 1993, he formed his own theatrical company, Ardent Productions which produced a large number of dramas and short documentary films.

However, he was greatly accused for his Royalty, as the media slammed him that he makes financial gains using his royal influence. He married to Sophie Rhys-Jones, who worked as the public relations executive in Ardent productions.

After voluntary liquidation of his company, he along with his wife, work on the behalf of the Queen Elizabeth II, carrying out all the royal duties. Prince Edward and his wife earned a sum of £141,000 per annum from the Queen. He also took over the official duties of his father owing to his aging and illness.

He is now called, His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex.

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