Congratulation to Prince George of Cambridge the young royal will take control of it
Prince George set to become property tycoon as he inherits a McDonalds, Primark and B&Q
Prince George will inherit land holding retailers such as Primark and Mothercare.
The young royal will take control of The Crown Estate which owns property including shopping centres which is currently held by the Queen.
The estate falls to the reigning British monarch and Prince George is currently third in line to the throne.
The Queen owns Bath Road Retail Park and The Banbury Gateway Shopping Parkin Oxford.
However, you are unlikely to find Prince George, who attends a £17,604 a year school, shopping in any of the high street stores available in the centres.
The estate said: “We are a reliable purchaser in this difficult market.”
The monarch does not directly profit from the sales of burgers or clothes but does receive an annual report on the business.
The Queen is able to profit from her favourite hobby.
She has made a huge sum of money from one of her favourite pastimes, adding to her already considerable personal wealth.
The Queen, 91, is known to be a long time fan of horses, and has owned and bred them throughout her life.
We are a reliable purchaser in this difficult market
The Crown Estate
But it is not just breeding them Her Majesty enjoys – she also loves to race her horses.
And over the years, the head of the British Royal Family has had a considerable number of wins.
In 30 years, the Queen has recorded 451 race wins with a win percentage of 15.9 per cent.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK
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