Although the royal family likes to keep their personal business away from the public, there are a few details about their lives that cannot be kept hidden for long, including the Queen's financial status.
Back in November, the Paradise Papers revealed that Queen Elizabeth II has paid around $13 million into funds in the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. People were taken aback when the royal's name popped up in the documents because this type of activity is common among the rich who try to avoid paying high taxes by putting money into offshore accounts.
Upon further investigation, it was revealed that the Queen's investment are indeed legal and she wasn't evading taxes.
"All of our investments are fully audited and legitimate," said a spokesperson for the Duchy of Lancaster, which handles the Monarch's finances.
Despite the clarification, people were still curious about how much the Queen is worth and if she actually pays taxes.
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