Princess Eugenie and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank just tied this knot, and now, they have a combined net worth of over $4.7 million dollars as a couple, reports E! News.
Since Brooksbank is not a member of the royal family, his exact net worth remains unknown to the public. However, we do know that Eugenie and her cousins, including Prince William and Prince Harry, received a large sum of money from The Queen Mother (Queen Elizabeth II's mom and Eugenie's great-grandmother) in 1994.
The Queen Mother placed two-thirds of her fortune—estimated at ￡19 million (almost $25 million)—into a trust for her great-grandchildren before she passed away in 2002. William and Harry split a share of ￡14 million (about $18 million), while their cousins, including Eugenie and Beatrice, were also said to have received "several millions each," per The Guardian.
Brooksbank works in the hospitality industry and formerly managed the London nightclub Mahiki. He's also a U.K. ambassador for George Clooney and Rande Gerber's Casamigos tequila. Time also reports that in August 2017, Brooksbank started Jack Brooksbank Ltd., a wine, beer and spirits wholesaler worth $18,000.
Prince William is said to be worth around $40 million, while Kate was worth $7-$10 million on her own from her family's fortune before she was officially a royal, says Town & Country.
Prince Harry is said to be worth around the same as his older brother, while Meghan was already worth about $5 million from her career as an actress, before becoming the Duchess of Sussex, reports The Independent.
Brooksbank and Princess Eugenie first met while vacationing in Switzerland, at the Swiss ski resort of Verbier. "We met when I was 20 and Jack was 24 and fell in love," she told BBC. "We have the same passions and drive for life."
And, according to the Princess, The Queen also approves of the nuptials. "Granny actually knew right at the beginning [of the engagement]. She was very happy as was my grandfather," she added.
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