Prince William is next in line to the throne in Britain and one of the most popular royals with the public.
His relationship with Kate Middleton captured the hearts of a nation and fans of the royals cannot get enough of the pair.
What is Prince William’s net worth?
Prince William has had various sources of income over the years, having been left in the region of £8m as a result of the death of his mother, Princess Diana.
His main source of income currently is from his title as Duchy of Cornwall, which he inherited from his father when he became king.
While the title has assets thought to be in the region of £1bn, he also receives an income from it, which is around £23m per year.
Currently it is believed that Prince William has a net worth of around £32m but this will no doubt increase annually due to the income received from the Duchy of Cornwall.
What is Kate Middleton’s net worth?
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, has her royal titles to thank for the majority of her net worth.
While she may well have more worth due to her marriage to Prince William, her personal net worth is thought to be in the region of £10m.
Her marriage with the prince captured the hearts of the nation and the couple are extremely popular with the British public.
Some have compared her popularity to the sort of levels enjoyed by Prince William’s mother, Princess Diana, who was the previous owner of Kate Middleton’s engagement ring.
The 12-carat oval Ceylon sapphire is surrounded by 14 solitaire diamonds and set in white gold.
What have Prince William and Kate Middleton inherited?
When his father was crowned King Charles, it saw the couple inherit the estate and title of Duchy of Cornwall.
The estate has some unusual holdings such as The Oval cricket ground and Dartmoor Prison.
Since 1874, the cricket ground has been leased to Surrey county cricket club.
This inheritance has now made Prince William and Kate Middleton the biggest landowners in the country.
As well as the usual castles and residences you would expect, it also includes the Isles of Scilly and the Llwynywermod Estate on the outskirts of Myddfai, near Llandovery in Wales.