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$80 Million

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Andrew Albert Christian Edward was born in Buckingham Palace, London, UK on 19 February 1960, and as Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Commander, an honorary vice-admiral in the Royal Navy, he is sixth in the line of succession to his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. Andrew’s business career started in 2001.

Have you ever wondered how rich Prince Andrew is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Andrew’s net worth is over $80 million, an amount accumulated thanks partly to his family and rich inheritance, plus annually receiving around $300,000 from the Queen, as well as a relatively successful business and investment career.

Prince Andrew Net Worth $80 Million

Prince Andrew is the third child and second son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; the Archbishop of Canterbury, Geoffrey Fisher, baptised him in the Palace’s Music Room in April 1960. As the case with his other siblings, governesses took care of Andrew during his childhood, before he was sent to the Heatherdown School near Ascot in Berkshire, and later to Gordonstoun, in northern Scotland, to continue his education. Andrew matriculated in 1979 with A-Levels in English, history, economics, and political science, but decided not to go to university and joined the Britannia Royal Naval College at Dartmouth instead.

Andrew spent time with the Royal Air Force at RAF Leeming, training to become a pilot and learning to fly Gazelle helicopter. In 1982, he participated in the Falklands War after Argentina invaded the Islands, which are under Great Britain’s jurisdiction. In late 1983, Andrew learned to fly the Lynx helicopter, and in 1984, he was promoted to Lieutenant. He spent the next several years with the rank of Lieutenant before was promoted to Lieutenant-Commander in February 1992, after passed the ship command examination. From 1995 to 1996, the Duke of York served as a Senior Pilot of 815 Naval Air Squadron and was promoted to Commander in April 1999. before in 2001 retiring from the Active List of the Navy.

It is sometimes difficult to differentiate between the Prince’s official, royal duties, and his personal activities. From 2001 to 2011, Prince Andrew served as the United Kingdom’s Special Representative for International Trade and Investment with UK Trade & Investment, which is part of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Andrew is also a Patron of a charity dedicated to research into the prevention and treatment of blindness and associated eye disease, called Fight for Sight. In 2013, he became the Patron of London Metropolitan University and the University of Huddersfield.

Regarding his less-than-private personal life, Prince Andrew was married to Sarah Ferguson from 1986 to 1996 and has two daughters with her. Andrew knew Sarah since their childhood, and they married at Westminster Abbey in July 1986, but he was frequently absent because of commitment to the Royal Navy, so the marriage became rather shaky. They separated in March 1992 and divorced in 1996, but agreed to share custody of their two daughters. Prince Andrew helped Sarah to overcome her financial crisis and bad investments by settling her considerable debts. The Duke of York is an avid golfer and skier, who owns an exclusive skiing chalet in Verbier, Switzerland.

Full Name Prince Andrew, Duke of York
Net Worth $80 Million
Salary $300,000
Date Of Birth February 19, 1960
Place Of Birth London, United Kingdom
Height 1.83 m
Profession Military Officer, Fighter pilot, Investor
Education Lakefield College School, Heatherdown School, Gordonstoun, Britannia Royal Naval College
Nationality British
Spouse Sarah, Duchess of York (m. 1986–1996)
Children Princess Beatrice of York, Princess Eugenie of York
Parents Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Siblings Charles, Anne, Prince Edward
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# Quote
1 It’s almost a responsibility for all the people of the United Kingdom, regardless of race, color or creed, and an understanding that you have an individual connection with each and every one.
2 Sarah will talk to me about someone and I don’t know who she’s talking about, but if she talks to my mother, the two of them will know exactly – and across several generations, too.
3 The Queen’s intelligence network is a hell of a lot better than anyone’s in this palace. Bar none. She knows everything. I don’t know how she does it. And she sees everything.
4 You, I, we all encounter behaviors that we might say, I wouldn’t do that. But she has a huge amount of contact with how people live. She sees more hospices and sink estates than most people.
5 When the question arose whether I, as a member of the royal family, should take part in active combat in the Falklands, there was no question in her mind, and it only took her two days to sort the issue.
6 Her friends say she is very funny. At a family dinner, she stood to go, and the footman very properly pulled her chair away. At that moment I asked her a question and she sat down again, except there was no chair. Everyone, including the Queen, laughed and laughed.
7 I’ll tell you where the injustice is. It’s with the person earning £12,000 to £15,000-a-year who is being asked to be restrained by their business or employer. Yet the taxpayer has bailed out the banks, so why are they not showing restraint?
8 I’m in a privileged position and I’m going to do my utmost to use that privileged position on behalf of the U.K., its citizens, its businesses and people.
9 It would not be a bad idea if bankers were to go and sit occasionally with politicians in their political surgeries, where they might get a sense of the injustice that some of the community feel about the banks.
10 It’s slightly complicated for people to grasp the idea of a head of state in human form.
11 We’ve had American TV shows in Britain for years and that hasn’t affected our culture at all.
12 I look at Canada like a second home.
13 People say to me, ‘Would you like to swap your life with me for 24 hours? Your life must be very strange.’
14 People say to me, Would you like to swap your life with me for 24 hours? Your life must be very strange. But of course I have not experienced any other life. It’s not strange to me.
15 The Royal Family have always had an interest in a number of different areas of society. We are a part of society.
16 Today is reality. Yesterday is history.
17 I could have worse tags than ‘Airmiles Andy’ – although I don’t know what they are.
18 She is incredibly fit, but we remind staff that she’s not just the monarch, but our mother.
19 I’ve always been told I was extremely well-behaved as a kid.


Title Year Status Character
Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius 2004 the filmmakers wish to extend their sincere personal thanks: captain, The Royal & Ancient Golf Club – as HRH The Duke of York


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Our Queen at Ninety 2016 TV Movie documentary Himself (as HRH The Duke of York)
Today at Wimbledon 2015 TV Series Himself – Spectator
Wimbledon 2015 TV Series Himself – Spectator
Election 2015 2015 TV Movie Himself
BBC News 8pm Summary 2015 TV Series short Himself
CNBC Meets 2014 TV Series documentary Himself
Elizabeth: Queen, Wife, Mother 2012 TV Movie documentary Himself
Queen Elizabeth II: The Diamond Celebration 2012 Himself
The Diamond Queen 2012 TV Series documentary Himself
Today 2008-2011 TV Series Himself
The Queen 2010 TV Movie documentary Himself (uncredited)
The Queen 2008 TV Movie Himself (uncredited)
Helicopter Heroes 2008 TV Series documentary Himself
UK Radio Aid 2005 TV Movie documentary Himself (as HRH The Duke of York)
The Sunday Programme 1996-1999 TV Series Himself
Network First 1997 TV Series documentary Himself
Diana: The Nation’s Farewell 1997 TV Movie Himself
Biography 1993 TV Series documentary Himself
The Grand Knockout Tournament 1987 TV Special Himself (as HRH The Duke of York)
Royal Family 1969 Documentary Himself
Royal Children 1961 Documentary short Himself

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