If the recent announcement of Prince Philip's retirement from public life is any indication, Royal watchers are right to guess that big changes are in the future for the Royal Family.
At the age of 96, Prince Philip announced that he would be stepping down from his public duties. Just five years his junior at 91 years old, many are wondering if Queen Elizabeth II is not far behind in her own royal announcement.
When that day comes, Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry will all experience a significant shift in fortunes when Prince Charles becomes king.
When Prince Charles becomes king, Prince William will take over his father's position as duke of Cornwall. Along with his newfound title, he will receive the profits of the Duchy of Cornwall. Every year, Prince Charles receives a profit of about £20.5 million ($26.4 million) from the Duchy.
Talk about old money! The funds for The Duchy of Cornwall were first established in 1337 by Edward III to provide income to his son, Prince Edward.
It gets passed onto the eldest son of the British monarch at birth or when his parent succeeds to the throne. First-born daughters are not entitled to this money.
Prince William will also receive 135,000 acres of land in South West England and an investment portfolio of about £877 million ($1.1 billion).
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