Anne, Princess Royal’s net worth
Facts of Anne, Princess Royal’s net worth
|Net worth||$100 Million|
|Date of Birth:||1950 August 15|
|First Name||Anne Elizabeth|
|Last Name||Alice Louise|
|Aka||Anne, Princess Royal|
|Age:||71 years old|
Anne, Princess Royal's net worth: $100 Million
Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise, also known as Princess Royal, has an estimated net worth of over $60 million. She has been the president of "Save the Children Fund" since 1970. She is also a well-known philanthropist who has contributed to several causes. In fact, she is a patron of over 200 organizations. Nevertheless, The Princess Royal is a world-famous Equestrianism. During the 70's. her equestrian talents brought her one gold medal and two silver medal at the European Eventing Championships. Anne Elizabeth is the second child of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. She is the younger sister of Prince Charles, who is the father of Prince William and father-in-law of Princess Catherine Elizabeth.
Early life and education
Born on 1950, August 15 in Clarence House, London, UK, Anne is the daughter of Queen Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Likewise, she is the second grandchild of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. The Princess Royal gained her preliminary education at Buckingham Palace. She later attended a boarding school in 1963. She left her school, Brendan Schoo located in Kent, with six GCE O-Levels and two A-Levels in 1968.
Anne, Princess Royal married British Olympic medalist and acting-Captain Mark Phillips on November 14, 1973. Later, they ended up their married life with a divorce in April 1992. Anne and Mark have two children, namely, Peter Phillips and Zara Philips. TheRoyal Princess became a grandmother with the birth of her granddaughter, Savannah, in 2010 from Peter and his wife Autumn. The pair also welcomed another daughter named, Isla, in 2012. Similarly, Anne's daughter Zara gave birth to Mia Grace in January 2014. Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise later married Timothy Laurence, then commander of the Royal Navy at Crathie Kirk, in 1992.
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