Prince Philip's heirs are named
The heirs of the late husband of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, Prince Philip, have been named, Daily Express reported.
Philip's fortune is estimated at 10-30 million pounds. Most of his inheritance is not money, but valuables and real estate. Besides, the prince had a portfolio of stocks in various companies, works of art, and a collection of rare books. Some of them he owned together with Elizabeth II.
It is expected that most part of Philip's inheritance will go to the Queen. The pony and his beloved dark green carriage will be inherited by 17-year-old Louise Windsor, the daughter of Philip's youngest son Prince Edward. Edward will receive the title of Duke of Edinburgh, which during his lifetime belonged to his father, but this will happen only after the death of Elizabeth II. The decision to transfer the title to him was made back in 1999.
Prince Philip passed away on April 9 at the age of 99, two months before his centenary. On April 17, he was temporarily buried at Windsor Castle. After the death of Elizabeth II, the remains of the prince will be reburied in her grave, where her parents are already buried.