While “normal people” may be pleased with the concept of business class trips, the latest Louis Vuitton bag or a beautiful Tudor watch, there are those who often like to frequent the concept of private jets and yachts or a fleet of Rolls Royce at their disposal.
Yes, we’re talking about silver spoons (gold in some cases) and blue blood. They are the kings of the world, the top monarchs who receive adulation from their people. They also hold substantial amounts of wealth and fortune.
Here are the 9 richest royals in the world.
#9 Aga Khan IV- $800 million
#8 Albert II Prince of Monaco – $1.4 billion
#7 King Mohammed VI of Morocco – $2.1 billion
#6 Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani Former Emir of Qatar – $2.4 billion
#5 Hans Adam II Prince of Liechtenstein – $3.5 billion
#4 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum of United Arab Emirates – $4.5 billion
#3 Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan of President of UAE – $15 billion
#2 Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei – $20 billion
#1 King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand – $30 billion
Gigantic golden palaces, an aircraft fleet, custom-built stretch limousines and an impressive collection of crown jewels are only a fraction of King Bhumibol’s royal treasures. Thailand’s beloved king has an impressive collection of jewellery. The most famous is perhaps the largest faceted diamond in the world, the 545.65 carat Golden Jubilee, which is valued at an estimated £2.4-7.3 million.