Queen's $88 Billion Legacy

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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?

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Most of the queen's assets will go to her son, Prince Charles, who is next in line for the throne. 

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But there are some other members of the royal family who will also receive a portion of the estate.

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The vast majority of the queen's assets - $61 billion - are held in a trust for her son, Prince Charles. 

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The trust is known as the Duchy of Cornwall and it provides an income for the heir to the throne.

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Another $27 billion is held in a trust for the queen's grandchildren. 

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This trust, known as the Duchy of Lancaster, provides an income for the queen's eldest son, Prince William, and his family.

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The final $1 billion of the queen's assets will go to her husband, Prince Philip.

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So, what does this all mean for the future of the monarchy?

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Well, it's likely that Prince Charles will become one of the richest men in the world when he inherits his mother's estate.

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And, while he may have some big shoes to fill, it's clear that the monarchy is in good hands.

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