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WHAT DID PRINCESS DIANA LEAVE PRINCE WILLIAM IN HER WILL?
By ANDY SAHADEO
Four years before her death in 1997, Princess Diana ironed out a will that bequeathed some of her most prized possessions and finances to sons Prince William and Prince Harry. Perhaps one of the largest inheritances William received was a fraction of Diana's net worth.
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At the time of her death, Diana had an estimated net worth of £21.5 million, which, when converted and adjusted for inflation, would average out to be $51 to $57 million. (Though, per Forbes, it may have been half of that after estate tax. But either way you slice it, William surely received millions upon millions.)
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Diana also set up a "discretionary fund," which would see William and Harry, their future spouses (Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, respectively, in this case), their children, and special charities receive £100,000 — equating to roughly around $136,000. The discretionary fund essentially acted as a cherry on top of what Diana already provided.
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Not only did the late Princess Diana leave behind a horde of money for Prince William and Prince Harry, but there were also several physical possessions listed in her will as well. One of the most revered possessions Diana handed down to her children was her immaculate wedding dress from when she tied the knot with Prince Charles.
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Diana also bestowed upon her children a plethora of jewelry and other miscellaneous possessions. Reader's Digest mentioned that Diana reportedly left the jewelry behind as she wanted her son's spouses to eventually wear them.
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