If you're a member of the royal family, you're most likely wealthier than the average person. But, not all members of the royal family are created equal. We did the research on how deep the royal pockets actually go, click through to unveil the mystery...
Queen Elizabeth II
The only two people in Great Britain that have more money than the queen are David and Victoria Beckham. Most of the queen's wealth sits in her properties. She owns a $140 million castle in the Scottish Highlands and a $65 million house in Sandringham. She is also the owner of every single wild swan in the U.K. Altogether, the queen is worth roughly $550 million, but that number very well might be higher.
Prince Philip is one of the only 97-year-olds out there that still makes over half a million per year. The prince gets paid just for having his title, despite not becoming the king at any point in his lifetime. Most of the duties that Prince Philip carries out are for the queen's wellbeing and professional life, so basically, Prince Philip is one of the highest-paid consultants that has ever lived. Prince Philip is worth roughly $20 million, but with his wealth combined with his royal wife, he's probably worth a lot more.