Brand Finance values the British Monarchy at $88 billion.
Forbes estimates the Queen's wealth at $500 million in 2021 from investments, art, jewellery, and real estate.
Her true net worth is unknown. The Guardian claimed last year that the queen successfully pressured the British government in the 1970s to conceal her private fortune from the public.
Since 2012, when Brand Finance began tracking, the British Monarchy's worth has grown "every year." $88 billion includes the Crown Estate, the Royal Collection, and other assets.
Forbes says King Charles III inherits most of the Queen's $500 million.
The royal family earns fees from The Sovereign Grant Act, a taxpayer fund used for palace maintenance, receptions, and travel.
The 2022-2023 Sovereign Grant is under $100 million. Payments are based on Crown Estate profits, a monarch-owned but independent property enterprise.
The queen began receiving 25% of Crown Estate income in 2017 as part of a 10-year contract to help pay for the renovation of Buckingham Palace. Government gets the rest.
$19.5 billion Crown Estate
$4.95 billion Buckingham PalaceCornwall ($1.3b)
Lancaster (748 million)
($630 million) Kensington Palace
Scotland's Crown Estate ($592m).
The Firm, or "Monarchy PLC," pumps hundreds of millions of pounds into the UK's economy each year.
According to the BBC, the Sovereign Grant for 2021 to 2022 is 86.3 million pounds, or $1.50 per inhabitant in the U.K. This excludes security.
Forbes says the queen owns Sandringham House and Balmoral Castle.