Prince Harry, the youngest son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, has been the subject of much speculation when it comes to his inheritance from his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen is one of the wealthiest women in the world, and her estate is estimated to be worth over $500 million.
According to various sources, Harry and his brother (Prince William) were each left $8.9 million in a trust within her Will. This money was set aside for them to use for their education and other expenses. The money was not given to them outright, but instead placed in a trust to be managed by the Queen’s financial advisors.
In addition to the money, Harry and William were also given the use of two properties owned by the Queen. The first is a house in Scotland, which is used as a holiday home by the royal family. The second is a cottage in the grounds of Sandringham House, which is the Queen’s private residence in Norfolk.
It is believed that Harry and William were also given a number of personal items from the Queen’s estate, including jewelry, artwork, and other mementos. These items are likely to be of great sentimental value to the brothers, and are likely to be passed down to their own children in the future.
Although the exact amount of Harry’s inheritance from the Queen is not known, it is clear that he has been provided with a substantial financial legacy. This money will no doubt be of great benefit to him and his family, and will ensure that he and his children are provided for in the future.