There are several royal families around the world, but some have emerged as the wealthiest, possessing vast amounts of wealth and property. They’ve ruled their land for decades. Their estimated net worth determines their ranking.
Here is a list of the top 10 richest royal family in the world.
10. The royal family of Liechtenstein | $4.4 billion (£3.57 billion)
The sovereign dynasty of Liechtenstein is ranked tenth, with an estimated net worth of $4.4 billion (£3.57 billion). The current king, Prince Hans-Adam II, controls the lion’s share of the family’s riches.
9. The royal family of Morocco | $8.2 billion (£6 billion)
According to most estimations, the Moroccan royal family’s net wealth is roughly $8.2 billion (£6 billion), making them the plane’s ninth richest royal family.
8. The royal family of Dubai | $18 billion (£14.6 billion)
7. The Royal Family of Brunei | $28 billion (£22.7 billion)
6. The royal family of Thailand | $60 billion (£48.7 billion)
5. The British royal family | $88 billion (£69 billion)
According to Forbes, the British royal family is worth a stunning $88 billion (£69 billion). This assessment takes into consideration tangible assets such as real estate, as well as the value of the family brand.
4. The royal family of Abu Dhabi | $150 billion (£116.6 billion)
The Al Nahyans, like the other royal families in the Middle East, derive their income from oil. The majority of the family’s fortune, which is believed to be $150 billion (£116.6 billion), was accumulated by the family.
3. The royal family of Qatar | $335 billion (£253 billion)
The House of Thani has ruled Qatar since the mid-nineteenth century, and the current monarch, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, who is 40 years old and the world’s youngest sovereign, was appointed emir in 2013.
2. The royal family of Kuwait | $360 billion (£280 billion)
The Kuwaiti royal family’s wealth is estimated to have quadrupled since the early 1990s, with a widely reported value of $360 billion (£280 billion).
1. The royal family of Saudi Arabia | $1.4 trillion (£1.1 trillion)