Charles Windsor, heir to head of state, took £11,913,000 from the Duchy of Cornwall last year before tax. This was nearly £2m more than the previous year. Some of this income was spent on what are termed "official" duties.
The value of the estate increased by £55m to £463m, growth of one-fifth. Although Mr. Windsor does not own these assets, he takes the estate’s income from rent, dividends and shares. The estate’s agricultural land is valued at £148m. Its commercial property is worth £131.3m.