The death of Queen Elizabeth II has left behind an estate worth an estimated $88 billion. The question now is: where does it all go?Image Credit: Google
Most of the queen's assets will go to her son, Prince Charles, who is next in line for the throne.Image Credit: Google
But there are some other members of the royal family who will also receive a portion of the estate.Image Credit: Google
The vast majority of the queen's assets - $61 billion - are held in a trust for her son, Prince Charles.Image Credit: Google
The trust is known as the Duchy of Cornwall and it provides an income for the heir to the throne.Image Credit: Google
Another $27 billion is held in a trust for the queen's grandchildren.Image Credit: Google
This trust, known as the Duchy of Lancaster, provides an income for the queen's eldest son, Prince William, and his family.Image Credit: Google
The final $1 billion of the queen's assets will go to her husband, Prince Philip.Image Credit: Google
So, what does this all mean for the future of the monarchy?
Well, it's likely that Prince Charles will become one of the richest men in the world when he inherits his mother's estate.
And, while he may have some big shoes to fill, it's clear that the monarchy is in good hands.