Prince Andrew Net Worth

How much is Prince Andrew worth?

Net Worth:$50 Million
Date of Birth:February 19, 1960 (64 years old)
Height:1.83 m, 6 ft
Prince Andrew Net Worth:
$50 Million

Andrew Albert Christian Edward, Duke of York, is an individual from the British imperial family. He is the third youngster and second child of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. He was second in the line of progression to the British position of authority when he was conceived, yet he is eighth in line as of December 2019.

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The Royal Household declared in November 1978 that Prince Andrew would join the Royal Navy the next year. In December, he experienced different donning tests and assessments at the Aircrew Selection Center, at RAF Biggin Hill, alongside further tests and meetings at HMS Daedalus, and meetings at the Admiralty Interview Board, HMS Sultan. During March and April 1979, the sovereign was enlisted at the Royal Naval College Flight, experiencing pilot preparing, until he was acknowledged as a student helicopter pilot and marked on for a long time from 11 May 1979.

Personal Life

Prince Andrew first dated actress Koo Stark. They first met in February 1981 and became close friends. Upon returning from the Falklands War, they started dating each other. However, under pressure from the press, paparazzi, and palace, they split in 1983.

Inspirational Quotes by Prince Andrew

She is incredibly fit, but we remind staff that she's not just the monarch, but our mother.

Prince Andrew

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.

Prince Andrew

I look at Canada like a second home.

Prince Andrew

I've always been told I was extremely well-behaved as a kid.

Prince Andrew

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.

Prince Andrew