Camilla Net Worth: What the new Queen Consort would worth?

Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8 at Balmoral Castle, King Charles has ascended to the throne of the British monarchy. After Charles was crowned king, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, was named the UK’s Queen Consort. Since she wed King Charles in 2005, Camilla has maintained a close relationship with the royal family and made a sizable wealth for herself. Continue reading to learn more about the new Queen Consort’s wealth.

What is the net worth of Camilla?

The Queen Consort reportedly has a $5 million net worth. Camilla was left $663,000 by her mother’s parents, who hail from an affluent family. Growing up on a family estate in Sussex, which had a recent valuation of $2 million, she characterised her childhood as “wonderful in every aspect.” Camilla decided to work despite coming from a wealthy family and accepted a position as a receptionist at the decorating company Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler. Her income at the time is still unknown. After Camilla wed King Charles, her wealth grew significantly. She is entitled to half of the King’s personal estate because the marriage did not have a prenuptial agreement.

Camilla has made investments in several properties.

Along with the King, the Queen Consort has invested in a number of properties. Apparently, these estates generate millions of cash each year. The couple owns 135,000 acres of land in southern England in addition to a home in Cornwall. After marrying Charles, Camilla moved up to the second position in the British order of precedence. With Amanda MacManus working as both her assistant private secretary and a devoted friend, she has three ladies-in-waiting.

The MS Queen Victoria and HMS Astute’s naming ceremonies were overseen in 2007 by the Queen Consort. While touring Italy in 2009, she and Prince Charles paid a visit to Pope Benedict XVI.

Military Positions Were Honored For The Queen Consort!

Camilla received honorary military appointments in 2006, 2007 and 2012. In 2011, she was appointed Colonel-in-Chief of The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada, and in 2012, she was appointed Colonel-in-Chief of The Royal Australian Corps of Military Police.

In addition, she was named the Lady Sponsor of HMS Prince of Wales in 2017, Royal Colonel of the 4th Battalion of The Rifles in 2007, Honorary Air Commodore of RAF Halton in 2008, Honorary Air Commodore of RAF Leeming in 2008, Commodore-in-Chief of Naval Chaplaincy Service in 2009, and Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles in 2020.

Camilla also received the Diamond Jubilee Medal for Queen Elizabeth II, the Commemorative Medal for Saskatchewan’s Centennial, and the Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order.

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