The Queen’s net worth when she died  

Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family reportedly have assets worth around €78 billion of the British Monarchy, which have now been left behind following her majesty’s death on September 8 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

The 96-year-old monarch was valued in the billions back in 2017, according to a brand valuation consultancy firm Brand Finance.

However, the Queen’s personal wealth was reportedly closer to the €490 million mark through investments, art, jewels, and real estate, according to a 2021 estimate published by Forbes.