King George VI Grandson: Prince Harry Net Worth

King George VI’s grandson, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex After the current king and queen, he is fifth in line to the British throne.

Prince Harry Net Worth

Prince Harry net worth

Prince Harry of England has an estimated net worth of $60 million. King Charles and Princess Diana Spencer’s son is known as “Prince Harry” (Princess of Wales). Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, were Harry’s paternal grandparents. When their grandmother died in September 2022, their father became King, making Prince William the heir apparent.

Last 3 Years’ Net Worth Trend

Prince Harry Net Worth in 2022

$60 million

Prince Harry Net Worth in 2021

$78 million

Prince Harry Net Worth in 2020

$76 million

Biography of Prince Harry

On September 15, 1984, at 4:20 p.m., Prince Harry was born to Charles, Prince of Wales (later King Charles III), and Diana, Princess of Wales, his first wife, at the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London. Henry Charles Albert David was baptized by Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie on December 21, 1984, at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Growing up, he was known as “Harry” by his loved ones and the general populace. Prince Harry and his older brother, Prince William, were raised between two prestigious London residences, Kensington Palace and Highgrove House. Diana hoped that he and his brother would have a more well-rounded education than previous royal children and gain a deeper grasp of everyday life. She took them everywhere from a local AIDS clinic to Disney World. From a young age, he accompanied his parents on official tours, beginning with a trip to Italy in 1985. In 1991 and 1998, he took his family on a trip to Canada.

In 1996, Harry’s parents separated. The subsequent year, his mother was killed in a car accident in Paris. The Prince of Wales broke the news to his boys, Harry and William, who were visiting him at Balmoral at the time of their mother’s passing. Twelve-year-old Harry followed the funeral cortège from Kensington Palace to Westminster Abbey with his father, brother, paternal grandpa Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and maternal uncle Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer.

Study Career

Harry attended private schools like his dad and brother before him. He attended the Wetherby School for Preparatory Studies and the Jane Minors Nursery in London. Subsequently, he enrolled at the Berkshire boarding school Ludgrove. He got into Eton College after acing the entrance tests. The Mountbatten-Windsors had always sent their children to Gordonstoun, where Harry’s grandparents, father, two uncles, and a cousin had all studied. However, Harry did so, following in the footsteps of his older brother and the Spencer family as a whole—both Diana’s father and brother had attended Eton. The royal family and the tabloid press reached an arrangement, dubbed the “pressure cooker agreement,” so that Harry could study without interference from the media like his older brother did in exchange for occasional photos.

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Harry graduated from Eton in June 2003 with two A-Levels, one in art and one in geography, earning a B in art and a D in geography, respectively. He had previously dropped history of art after the Advanced Placement (AP) level. He is an accomplished athlete, having competed at the highest levels of polo and rugby union. Sarah Forsyth, a former teacher of his, claims that officials at Eton collaborated to assist him to cheat on exams since he was a “poor student.” Eton and Harry both said that the rumors were not true. A panel “recognized the prince had received help in preparing his A-level ‘expressive’ project, which he needed to pass to secure his place at Sandhurst,” but made no judgment on the cheating charge. Harry also participated in the Combined Cadet Force during his time at Eton, rising to the rank of cadet officer in his final year and presiding over the corps’ annual parade at the Eton tattoo.

Career Life in Army

On the 8th of May, 2005, Harry became Officer Cadet Wales and joined Alamein Company at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. With the completion of his officer training in April 2006, Harry was commissioned as a Cornet in the Blues and Royals, a regiment of the Household Cavalry in the British Army. Harry was promoted to lieutenant on April 13, 2008, after two years of service.

News of Harry’s unit’s impending deployment to Iraq first broke in 2006. The question of whether or not he should hold that position sparked a heated public discussion. A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Defense said in April 2006 that Harry was expected to “undertake the fullest range of deployments,” but that his role needed to be monitored because “his overt presence might attract additional attention,” which could put him or those under his command in danger if he were to be sent with his unit into battle. Defense Secretary John Reid has argued that he be given deployment privileges to war zones. With this sentiment, Harry added, “If they said ‘no, you can’t go front line,’ then I wouldn’t drag my miserable ass through Sandhurst and I wouldn’t be where I am now.” Harry’s deployment to Iraq with the 1st Mechanized Brigade, 3rd Mechanized Division, was announced on 22 February 2007 by the Ministry of Defense and Clarence House; he backed the decision but threatened to leave the army if he was told to stay in safety while his regiment went to war.

General Sir Richard Dannatt, the then-leader of the British armed forces, said on 30 April 2007 that he had chosen Harry to serve as a troop commander with his unit in Iraq. Harry was set to be deployed in May or June of that year to patrol the Maysan Governorate. On May 16 however, Harry’s commander, Major General Dannatt, announced that Harry would not be serving in Iraq due to safety concerns. These included Harry’s status as a high-value target and the risk of harm to his fellow service members should an attempt be made on his life or should he be captured. While Harry expressed his displeasure with the decision, he promised to uphold it, and Clarence House made his feelings known.

Personal Life

In an interview on his 21st birthday, Harry revealed that he was dating Chelsy Davy, the daughter of Zimbabwean, South African businessman Charles Davy “I want to brag about how great she is, but if I do, I’ll be inviting criticism. There are both lies and the truth, and I am unable to make you see the latter.” Davy witnessed both Harry and his father’s ceremonial presentation of Harry with his flying wings and the Operational Service Medal for Afghanistan. Reports about their breakup surfaced in the early months of 2009. Their five-year relationship had lasted that long.

Cressida Bonas, an actress, model, and granddaughter of Edward Curzon, 6th Earl Howe, was introduced to Harry by his cousin Princess Eugenie in May of 2012. It was reported on April 30th, 2014, that the couple had amicably split. 95% of Harry and Meghan’s income came from the £2.3 million handed to them annually by Harry’s father, Charles, as part of his income from the Duchy of Cornwall, at the time of the announcement of their desire to “stand aside” as senior members of the royal family in 2020.

On their 30th birthdays, Harry and William got £10 million each from their mother’s estate, which had increased to £12.9 million since her death in 1997. The Times claimed in 2002 that Harry and William would split £4.9 million upon turning 21 from trust funds set up for them by their great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, and £8 million upon turning 40. Since William is expected to accede to the throne, which will bring him more financial benefits, it was rumored that Harry will inherit the bulk of the money left by the Queen Mother for the two boys. In 2020, The Daily Telegraph reported that Harry had a net worth of £30 million.

Married Life

Meghan Markle, an American actress, and Prince Harry started dating in July 2016. In a statement released in his name by his communications secretary in November, the prince voiced his displeasure at the negative and inaccurate portrayal of his girlfriend in the media and online. When Prince Harry and Markle were first seen together in public, it was at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto. Prince Charles, Harry’s father, announced his son’s engagement on November 27, 2017. Reactions to the news were encouraging, particularly in countries of the Commonwealth where a large percentage of the population is of mixed or local heritage. The wedding took place at Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel on May 19, 2018. The pair secretly wed in their backyard three days before the wedding, with only the Archbishop of Canterbury present, as they disclosed in an Oprah interview with the couple in 2021. But that prior ceremony was not a formal religious or legal marriage.

The newlyweds planned for any profits made from the BBC’s airing of the ceremony to be donated to a charity of their choice. The BBC decided to donate £90,000 to Feeding Britain in April 2020.

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