Queen Mother left Prince Harry MORE money than William in her £14m will to protect him


IT’LL come as no surprise to anyone that when the late Princess Diana died in 1997, her fortune was split equally between her two sons.

However when the Queen Mother passed away five years later, Prince Harry inherited a substantially larger amount of his great grandmother’s £14 million fortune than his older brother Prince William… and the reason why is totally adorable.

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The Queen Mother left more money to make up for how William will benefit when he is King

Considering Prince William is second in line to the throne, Queen Elizabeth’s late mother wanted to effectively protect Prince Harry’s financial future in her will.

After all when Prince Charles becomes King, Prince William will inherit his role as the Prince of Wales.

In other words, William will take over the Duchy of Cornwall and all the private estate that entails.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry as the second son (and currently sixth in line to the throne) will get nothing.

The Queen Mother left the bulk of her £14 million fortune to Prince Harry

Although Prince William still inherited an unknown amount of his great-grandmother’s fortune

While the exact amount Harry inherited remains unknown, a 2002 BBC report says the “bulk” of her £14 million estate will go to the Duke of Sussex “since William will benefit financially by becoming king.”

So the Queen Mother effectively gave Harry financial compensation to make up for the line of succession.

Following her death in 2002, the Queen mother left her estate (which typically refers to the contents of her homes) to her daughter.

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