Includes prime London retail (McDonald's, Starbucks), rural land, urban spaces, and offshore assets (wind farms, etc.). Profits go to the Treasury, with a portion (Sovereign Grant) funding official royal expenses.
Private estate funding the King's personal expenses (not covered by Sovereign Grant). Includes 18,000+ hectares of land and diverse investments. Exact value undisclosed, estimated at £660 million.
Scottish land and assets. Includes rural estates, fishing rights, and mineral rights. Profits go to the Scottish government.
Estimated over £2 billion, not personal wealth but held in trust for the nation.
King Charles doesn't directly own businesses, but manages vast land and property holdings.
King Charles III doesn't directly own businesses, but he has significant control over land and property holdings that generate income through various sources. These holdings are not personal property but are held in trust for the benefit of the nation.