Elizabeth, whose fortune is debt-free, possesses two main assets: a castle, Balmoral, in the Scottish highlands, and a 20,000-acre estate in the east of England, Sandringham House. Both have been royal retreats since the days of Elizabeth’s great-grandmother Queen Victoria. The two properties’ worths are, respectively, estimated at $140 million and $65 million.
You’d get the entirety of Sutherland and Caithness for that, wouldn’t you? Including the population of porridge wogs?