Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex Net Worth
Facts of Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex Net Worth
|Date of Birth:
|1964 March 10
|Edward Antony Richard
|Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, Edward Anthony Richard Louis
|59 years old
Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex Net Worth: $45 Million
Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex is the youngest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Edward’s net worth has been estimated to be over $45 million.
Career and Present roles
Edward, at first tried to make two public attempts to pursue his career. Prince, after leaving the university joined the Royal Marines as an officer cadet, however, he left it after completing just one-third of the 12-month training. Later, he tried to pursue his career in the entertainment sector. He established musical Cricket from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice in 1986. Working as a production assistant in Really Useful Theatre Company, he later forays his first television production program, The Grand Knockout Tournament in 1987. Following the initial success, he later formed his own production company Ardent Productions in 1993. The company produced numerous documentaries and dramas based on Royal families and people lives. Being accused by media of using his royal connections for financial gain, he received good audience in the United States. However, the company dissolved in June 2009 with a major loss and the assets valued not over £40. At the moment, Prince Edward is busy utilizing his time by helping his father. His official duties include the President of the Commonwealth Games Federation and 1990 Commonwealth Games, followed by 1998 Commonwealth Games in Malaysia. Likewise, the role of Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme falls under his hand. Whereas, he has been appointed as Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in 2014.
Born on 1964, 10th March in Buckingham Palace, London, UK, as Edward Antony Richard Louis, he is the youngest of four children. And the third son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. At the starter, he was third in line to succeed his mother, but as per 2017, he stands ninth in the succession line. Prince, after having a brief education from Buckingham Palace went to Gibbs School and attended Heatherdown School in 1972. Later, he went to Wanganui Collegiate School in New Zealand and matriculated from Jesus College, Cambridge. Prince Edward later graduated from Oxbridge in 1986 with a degree in BA and went for Master of Arts in 1991.
Accounting the Prince personal and marital life, he shares his wedding knot with Sophie Rhys-Jones, former public relations executive in Ardent Productions. Their engagement was announced in 1999, January 6 while their marriage took place on 19 June 1999. The pair has two children, Lady Louise Windsor (2003) and James, Viscount Severn (2007).
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