Princess Beatrice's Net Worth: The Royal Is Worth Millions

Princess Beatrice, the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, married her fiancé, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, in a secret wedding ceremony at Windsor Castle on July 17, 2020, Buckingham Palace confirmed to CNN. "The private wedding ceremony of Princess Beatrice and Mr Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi took place at 11am on Friday 17th July at The Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge, Windsor," the palace said in a statement. "The small ceremony was attended by The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh and close family. The wedding took place in accordance with all relevant Government Guidelines."

Unlike Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, who married into the royal family, Beatrice is Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter. That means she's in line for the British throne behind Prince Charles, Prince William, and other royal family members, per Harper's Bazaar. While it's unlikely she will inherit the throne and become queen in her lifetime (as of this writing, she's ninth in line), Beatrice is worth a whole lot of money. Keep scrolling to find out just how much.

Princess Beatrice is royally rich

There's no question that the members of the British royal family have plenty of money. Though Princess Beatrice isn't worth as much as her royal cousins Prince William and Prince Harry, she is estimated to have a net worth of $10 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. So how exactly did she come to amass such a massive net worth? 

Following Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's divorce in 1996, Beatrice and her sister, Princess Eugeniereceived a large sum of money. "The Duchess of York and her daughters ... received around £3 million (almost $4 million) from the Royal family as part of [Ferguson's] divorce settlement," per The Telegraph. According to E! News of the settlement money, "nearly £1.4 million (about $1.8 million) was funneled into a trust fund for the Princesses of York."

Beatrice and Eugenie also reportedly inherited additional money from the Queen Mother (Queen Elizabeth's mother), "who was rumored to have put a sizable amount of her personal wealth into trust funds for the children before she passed away in 2002," per Town & Country

Also, because Beatrice isn't considered a "working royal" or a "senior" member of the royal family — which means she's "not entitled to receive any money from the Sovereign Grant" — she has a real job. According to Good Housekeeping, Beatrice previously "worked at venture capital firm Sandbridge." As of this writing, she serves as the Vice President of Partnerships and Strategy at the software company Afiniti. "Beatrice is responsible for the management of the strategic Afiniti partnerships as well as company growth through unique initiatives and client development," per her company bio.