The monarch is still prevalent in many parts of the world. Every monarch needs a royal price to manage the state and royal family properly. And while the royal families are wealthy, sometimes the princes end up having more net worth than their whole family. Today we will be discussing the Top 10 royal princes of the world ranked by net worth. Looking at the list, we aren’t surprised that most of the wealthy prince belongs to different regions of the UAE (the United Arab Emirates)!
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So, we will be ranking the top 10 royal princes of the world based on their net worth and source of income.
Top 10 Royal Prince Of The World Ranked By Their Net Worth
10. Albert II
Albert II is the prince of Monaco. He has a net worth of $1 billion. Albert II accumulated most of his wealth from various enterprises, including Societe des Bains de Mer de Monaco and several casinos.
9. Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani
Being one of the youngest rulers of the world, Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani has been the eighth Emir of Qatar since 2013. Earlier, he served as the second lieutenant in Qatar’s armed forces. Being one of the wealthiest world leaders, Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani has a net worth of around $944 – $2.1billion. Tamim earned most of his wealth through various properties and enterprises.
8. Juan Carlos I
Juan Carlos, I was the King of Spain from 1975 to 2014. He was abducted from King’s role for being involved in a money forgery case in 2014. The net worth of Juan Carlos I is $2 billion. His primary income sources are oil reserves, enterprises, and real estate.
7. Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg
Henri is a Grand duke of Luxembourg. In 2000, he resigned from his position. King Philippe of Belgium is the first cousin of Henri. His net worth is estimated to be $4 billion. However, his source of income is not known correctly. Henri is married to Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg.
6. Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum
Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Emir of Dubai and the prime minister of the United Arab Emirates. He is also the vice-president and minister of defense of the UAE. The net worth of Mohammed Bin Rashid is $4 billion approx. Rashid is the head of the Royal family of Dubai. The primary source of his earnings is the holdings of shares in Dubai and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority.
5. Hans-Adam II
Hans-Adam II is the prince of Liechtenstein. He is currently reigning in Liechtenstein. The prince’s net worth is somewhere between $3 -$7 billion. His primary source of income is the earnings from his holdings in the Prince of Lichtenstein Foundation.
4. Mohammed VI
Since 1999 Mohammed VI has been the King of Morocco. The net worth of Mohammed VI is estimated to be somewhere between $5 -$8 billion. His primary source of earnings is his investments in SNI and Siger Holdings.
3. Salman of Saudi Arabia
Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has been the King of Saudi Arabia since 2015. He has a jaw-dropping net worth of $18 billion. He accumulates most of his wealth through the oil reserves. The King of Saudi Arabia is the 25th son of King Abdulaziz.
2. Hassanal Bolkiah
Hassanal Bolkiah ibni Omar Ali Saifuddein III is the Sultan of Brunei since 1967. Sultan of Brunei has a significant net worth of $20 – $28 billion. Same as Salman of Saudi Arabia, his most earnings come from the profits in oil reserves.
Vajiralongkorn is the richest of the top 10 royal prince in the world with the highest net worth of all. 64-years-old Vajiralongkorn became the King of Thailand after his father’s death in 2016. His net worth is somewhere between $30 – $43 billion. Vajiralongkorn is the richest prince in the world. Most of his earnings come from the investment of the Crown Property Bureau