King Charles' personal net worth has been revealed.
The jaw-dropping amount has been revealed via the annual 'Sunday Times Rich List'.
The monarch is worth a whopping NZ$1.2 billion, surpassing his late mother Queen Elizabeth which was NZ$ 684 million - it is twice more than Queen Elizabeth's net worth!
A former aide told the publication how Charles had managed to accumulate significant net wealth over the years - after his costly 1996 divorce from Princess Diana which he paid a $31 million lump sum and $740, 000 annually.
“He became prudent at tucking away some money from the Duchy [of Cornwall] after that wipe-out [of capital],” the source said.
The heir to the throne inherits the Duch of Cornwall, one of the two Duchies. Before becoming the monarch, King Charles was the overseer of the Duchy.
Prince William is currently overseeing Duchy of Cornwall, after taking over from his dad.
During King Charle's time overseeing it, he increased its annual profits by 42.6% to $47 million between 2011 and 2022.
Charles made a total of $393.6 million from the Duchy within those eleven years.
According to The Times, much of this revenue comes from 'renting commercial properties in other areas of the UK.