Princess Diana Net Worth 2020, Early Life, Body, and Career.
Princess Diana Net Worth – Diana, Princess of Wales, original name Diana Frances Spencer, former consort (1981–96) of Charles, Prince of Wales; mother of the heir second in line to the British throne, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge; and one of the foremost celebrities of her day
Diana was born in Park House, Sandringham, Norfolk, England as a Diana Frances Spencer to the British royal family. She is British by nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity. Her birth sign is Cancer.
She is the daughter of John Spencer and Frances Shand Kydd. She has three siblings; Lord Spencer (Young Brother), Lady Jane Fellowes (Older Sister), Lady Sarah McCorquodale (Older Sister).
Regarding her education, Diana was homeschooled during her initial years by her governess, Gertrude Allen. She then went to Silfield Private School in Gayton, Norfolk, to commence her formal education.
At the age of 9, she went to an all-girls boarding school, Riddlesworth Hall School, near Thetford. Later she attended the West Heath Girls’ School in Sevenoaks and went to a finishing school in Rougemont, Switzerland, namely, Institut Alpin Videmanette, which she attended for a term.
Height: 5 feet 10 inches
Weight: 58 kilograms
Dress size: 8
Breast Size: 33 inches
Waist Size: 22 inches
Hip Size: 34 inches
Shoe Size: 9 US, 39-40 EU, 7 UK
She was once a kindergarten teacher and that was just one of the ‘odd jobs’ she did. After finishing school in Sweden, the princess worked as a part-time cleaning woman and a baby sitter before she landed a gig as a teacher at the Young England School.
Above all she was known for her kind heart; she supported over 100 charities, including the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, which won the Nobel Peace Prize a few months after her death.
Not only was she the Princess of Wales, but Lady Di was also the Duchess of Rothesay.
At the time of Princess Diana’s death, she had a net worth of £21 million, the equivalent of $31.5 million at the time, according to GOBankingRates.
A large portion of that came from her divorce settlement from Prince Charles, as you’ll see on the coming pages. GOBankingRates reports that before the divorce, the royal family paid Princess Diana’s expenses, said to be up to $1.2 million per year.
Because she only lived for a year after the divorce, she didn’t have much time to manage her own money. That might be one reason why the executors of her estate didn’t honor the wishes she laid out in her will.
Also, At the time of Princess Diana’s death, she had been divorced from Prince Charles for one year and three days, according to The Balance.
Her estate consisted of stocks and other investments, as well as cash from her £17 million divorce settlement. It also included her jewelry, dresses, and other personal belongings. (Those items had a value of an eye-popping £21 million at the time of her death.) Forbes reports that her assets netted her heirs nearly £17 million after estate taxes.