Queen Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard

Queen Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard Net Worth is $200 Million

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Queen Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard net worth

Nickname: Beatrix of the Netherlands

Date of birth: the 31st of January, 1938

Profession: royal

Nationality: Netherlands

Source of wealth: inheritance, royalty, real estate

Queen Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard is a noble gracious woman, who owns $200 million net worth. She is not Queen anymore and is titled as Princess because in 2013 she announced her abdication and let her son, Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, try his hand as a ruler.

Queen Beatrix inherited an enormous wealth from her parents, Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard. She got a solid income from real estate the royal family holds. Beatrix owns Castle Drakensteyn (Holland) and villa in Tuscany.

The Queen got some cash from taxes, which citizens of Netherlands paid. She is a big stockholder as well. Beatrix Wilhelmina and other members of royal family have 5% stock in Royal Dutch Shell, huge oil and gas company.

Queen Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard got a brilliant education in Leiden University, where she got degree in law. Beatrix was married in 1966 with Claus von Amsberg, a diplomat from Germany. Her marriage caused numerous protests all over Netherlands as her husband was considered to have connections with Nazi. The couple gave a birth to three children.

Beatrix was crowned in 1980 and from that moment she joined her family life with reigning. The Queen received numerous ambassadors, awarded outstanding people with medals etc.

After her contradictory marriage, Queen Beatrix was very cautious with singing of new documents and making public announcement. Till 2012 she was responsible for appointment of the informateur, a person, who participated in cabinet formation process through negotiations.

In 2009 during the parade, devoted to Queen’s Day, Beatrix and other members of royal family were attacked by car. The Queen, her son and other royals were not hurt, but many ordinary people were injured and some of them died in a hospital. The driver of the car died too and his motives are still not known.

In 2013 Queen Beatrix gave her son way to the throne. She still fulfills some social duties as patron of some social organizations. 




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