Harry excluded from the inheritance: “It’s the Queen’s revenge.” William had a billion in assets

Harry excluded from the inheritance: “It’s the Queen’s revenge.”  William had a billion in assets

Two brothers divided by their life choices, Princes William and Harry, decisions that also have direct consequences in the sharing of the substantial inheritance of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Thursday, September 8, at the age of 96. From that moment the King is Charles III, the eternal prince who became sovereign at the age of 73, and the eldest son had with Diana Spencer the first in succession to the throne.

We are talking about a direct inheritance of 530 million pounds, to be divided between the children and granddaughter of Elizabeth II, not counting the assets related to noble positions that are transferred after the Queen’s death. And in that context, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan Markle, will not receive a dime. The British tabloids are right about this and speak of “Elisabeth’s revenge”.

Confirmations will arrive, but not soon… In fact, according to the practice of the Royal House, the will must remain secret for 90 years. According to palace rumors, the Queen changed her last wishes last August, taking full advantage of the rebellious Harry, who with his wife left the royal family. According to some sources, the Queen’s 300 jewels would only go to Kate Middleton, wife of Prince William, and their daughter Charlotte.

And William? He is now in the position held by his father for decades as first in line to the throne. He earns titles and a lot of money: he automatically became Duke of Cornwall and Cambridge (Kate is now also Duchess of Cornwall and their children are princes) and was named by his father Prince of Wales. “By inheriting the Duchy of Cornwall, he finds in his hands assets worth more than a billion and which last year earned Carlo a personal income of £23 million”, recalls Corriere, who does the math in the pockets of English royalty. and underlines how now, for the eldest son of Charles and Diana, the life of a full-time prince and “viceroy” begins.

Source: IL Tempo

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