Prince Harry

Prince Harry loses legal battle for security in UK. Photo: MICHELE SPATARI/AFP.

Royal eviction: Prince Harry’s net worth, inheritance and more

King Charles may have evicted Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle from their UK home, but it seems the Duke’s pockets may be unfazed.

Prince Harry

Prince Harry loses legal battle for security in UK. Photo: MICHELE SPATARI/AFP.

The Duke of Sussex Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle were reportedly evicted from their UK home — Frogmore Cottage by King Charles, according to The Sun.

Following the eviction, here’s a look at Prince Harry’s net worth.

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According to Celebrity Net Worth, Prince Harry is worth an estimated $60 million (R1.3 billion).

The Duke of Sussex is the youngest son of King Charles and the late Princess Diana. When Princess Diana passed away, she left an inheritance to both Prince Harry and his older brother and future King Prince William.

According to Forbes, Princess Diana left her boys with an inheritance of $10 million (R185 million). The prince’s received annual dividends of $450 000 (R8.3 million) a year, at the age of 25. 

Prince Harry also reportedly earned  an estimated $50 000 (R929 000) when he worked as a helicopter pilot for the army. 

The Duke of Sussex may have also received an inheritance from his great-grandmother. Queen Elizabeth II’s mom – the Queen Mother placed two-thirds of her money into a trust fund for her great-grandchildren. According to Cosmopolitan, this was an estimated £19 million (R417 million). 

The Guardian reports that William and Harry split about  £6 million (R131 million) of the trust when they turned 21. Harry was believed to have taken the majority of that money. This was reportedly to compensate for not becoming a sovereign. 

However, it is unclear what happened after Harry and his wife Meghan decided to quit their roles as senior royals in 2020.

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Prince Harry and William are also expected to split another £8 million (R175 million) inheritance from the late Queen Elizabeth II when they turn 40. Her other grandchildren – Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice are also set to inherit a few million pounds each.

However, it is also unclear if Harry is still entitled to this inheritance after quitting his royal duties in 2020.

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Prince Harry and Meghan signed a five-year production deal with Netflix. The deal is reportedly worth $100 million (R1.8 billion). 

Meghan also signed a three-year podcast deal with Spotify, reportedly for $18 million (R325 million). The former Suits star’s podcast Archetypes released on 23 August 2022. The pair also purchased a $14.7 (R265 million) home in Montecito, California.

Harry and Meghan have two children together – Archie (3) and Lilibet (1).

Meghan Markle is rethinking her parenting style’. Image via Twitter @Dee09371086.

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