Princess Charlene of Monaco Highest-Paid Princess in the World

Princess Charlene of Monaco
Princess Charlene of Monaco led People With Money’s annual list of the “100 highest paid princesses” released on Sunday.

It's been a rough year for the princess, but at least she has her millions of dollars to ease the pain. 45-year-old Princess Charlene of Monaco has taken the No. 1 spot on People With Money’s top 10 highest-paid princesses for 2023 with an estimated $58 million in combined earnings.

UPDATE 06/02/2023 : This story seems to be false. (read more)

Princess Charlene of Monaco tops annual list of highest-paid princesses

In 2020 it looked like the princess’s spectacular career was winding down. Suddenly, she was back on top. People With Money reports on Sunday (February 5) that Princess Charlene of Monaco is the highest-paid princess in the world, pulling in an astonishing $58 million between January 2022 and January 2023, a nearly $30 million lead over her closest competition.

People With Money’s factors

In compiling this yearly list, the magazine considers factors such as upfront pay, profit participation, residuals, endorsements and advertising work.

The Monégasque princess has an estimated net worth of $185 million. She owes her fortune to smart stock investments, substantial property holdings, lucrative endorsement deals with CoverGirl cosmetics. She also owns several restaurants (the “Fat Princess Charlene of Monaco Burger” chain) in , a Football Team (the “Bulawayo Angels”), has launched her own brand of Vodka (Pure Wonderprincess Charlene of Monaco - Monaco), and is tackling the juniors market with a top-selling perfume (With Love from Charlene) and a fashion line called “Princess Charlene of Monaco Seduction”.

The ranking is significant for many Charlene fans, who have been waiting for her triumphant return to the glory days for what seems like a lifetime.

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