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The inheritance that Queen Elizabeth II left to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

It seems like her majesty was already prepared for the inevitable moment

Royal family
Royal family

At the moment the United Kingdom is in mourning for the departure of Queen Elizabeth II. However, it seems that her majesty was already preparing for the inevitable moment, since she modified her will a few days ago.

The inheritance of the recently deceased queen is valued at approximately 110 million dollars, in addition to a collection of luxurious necklaces, earrings, rings, among other essential accessories for the monarch.

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Although it has not been confirmed how the inheritance will be distributed, a close source reported that, presumably, the queen would have left the former Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle and her great-granddaughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, who it was named in honor of her majesty and grandmother. For this reason they would not receive any jewels from the luxurious collection.

The family dispute could also be reflected negatively on Prince Harry, since, if true, this exclusion could also apply to him and not receive any property, money or jewelry. This would not be so surprising given that they both relinquished their royal titles and duties.

The fortune of Queen Elizabeth II

It is known that, in addition to her collection of jewels and money, Queen Elizabeth II owned six estates: Hillsborough Castle, Sandringham Castle, Balmoral Castle, Holyrood Palace, Windsor Castle and the Palace of Buckingham.

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