10 Expensive Things Owned By HRH Princess Eugenie & Family

Princess Eugenie is the 6th grandchild to Queen Elizabeth The Second, she has recently announced her engagement to Jack Brooksbank and she is thought to have an estimated net worth of around $5 Million Dollars, She’s HRH Princess Eugenie.

10. Royal Wedding Hat

In what became known as one of the most famous Royal head pieces of its time, the hat worn by Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie’s Sister, was sold on eBay for an amazing £81,100.01.

Beatrice wore the hat during the Royal wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William, where the hat was spotted by media outlets and the internet.

The hat became so famous, mainly due to its striking design, that it even managed to get a facebook pace set up in its honour.

The hat was created by Philip Treacy was compared to both a Lavatory Seat and a Pretzel and proceeds for the sale went to charities UNICEF and Children in Crisis.

9. Range Rover 4×4

The Duke of Yorks all wheel drive Range Rover features a V8 5.0-litre Supercharged 565hp engine and comes with a price tag of around $200,000 dollars.

The car comes with several intelligent infotainment displays, Diamond Quilted leather, steel weave carbon fibre front and features 22″ 5 Split-spoke wheels.

The car has Pixel-laser LED headlights, 24-way heated and cooled ‘hot-stone’ massage front seats, a Meridian Signature Sound System and a Narvik Black Contrast Roof.

With a maximum top speed of 155mph and a 0-60mph speed of 5.1 seconds this car is perfect for the day to day activities of the Dukes busy lifestyle.

8. Rolex Submariner

This timepiece, owned by Prince Andrew, is designed for diving and is known for its resistance to both water and corrosion.

It is a classic among wristwatches and is manufactured by one of the most widely recognized luxury brands in the world.

The Rolex Submariner is part of Rolex’s Oyster Perpetual line, and can be submerged in depths of up to 1000 feet.

The watches went into production in 1953 and was showcased at the Basel Watch Fair in 1954.

Its thought HRH’s watch is worth somewhere in the region of $40,000 dollars.

7. Bentley Continental Flying Spur

With a 6.0 L W12 twin-turbo engine, a 0-60mph sprint time of just 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 200mph this car belonged to The Duchess of York until 2016.

The car was a gift from a Norwegian tycoon and is thought to be valued at somewhere close to $200,000 dollars. and that she sold the car for closer to $50,000.

The interior features heated, ventilated and massaging front seats, on-board wifi, large screen with infotainment system, piano black veneer dashboard and and a three-spoke sports steering wheel.

The car has great suspension and is super quiet when driving, has 20 or 21-inch alloy wheels and also has a four-wheel-drive system.

6. Royal Lodge Apartment, Windsor

Thought to have been purchased on a 75 year lease for a down payment of $1.6 Million dollars, this large home is the private residence of Prince Andrew, AKA the Duke of York.

The 30 room home is said to contain both a private swimming pool and private chapel.

There is also access to around 21 acres of private gardens and private security is active 24 hours a day at the property.

The Grade II-listed Royal Lodge is thought to have had a £7.5 million makeover and its thought the house was originally built to enable George IV to entertain guests during Royal Ascot.

5. Platinum Rolex Day Date

The second watch that belongs to Prince Andrew is the Platinum Rolex Day Date self-winding chronometer manufactured by Rolex.

The Day-Date is one of Rolex’s watches that is exclusively offered only in solid 18K yellow gold, 18K white gold, 18K everose gold and platinum.

The Day-Date is often called the President’s Watch as it was a favourite of president Lyndon B Johnson.

The price of the watch is currently unknown, however sources put the price somewhere between $4,000 and $6,000 dollars.

4. Swiss Ski Chalet

Belonging to both the Duke and Duchess of York, this massive $15 Million Dollar home is located in the exclusive Swiss village of Verbier.

The 7 bedroom chalet comes equipped with a swimming pool and a staff of 6, and its understood to have direct access to some of the best off-piste slopes the Alps have to offer.

Several other high profile celebrities have purchased houses in the village including James Blunt and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Richard Branson is also said to own a villa in the area and his mansion has been described as a billionaires paradise. Look out for him in an up-coming video!

3. Gold Apple Watch

Costing a very Mediocre, $17,000 dollars, its understood that Prince Andrew is very fond of his Apple watch and uses it a lot while exercising.

The watch itself is thought to have the exact same features of a normal Apple watch however is made completely from 18 Karat gold.

Its understood the gadget-loving Prince is one of the first people in the UK to get his hand’s on the gold watch and it is believed he received it as a gift from a friend.

Other owners of this extremely rare timepiece include Kanye West and Beyonce.

2.  Princess Eugenie Engagement Ring

In a very recent announcement, Princess Eugenie has become engaged to Jack Brooksbank with her receiving an engagement ring.

The ring, which bares a striking similarity to that of her mothers, is a blush-coloured padparadscha sapphire ring surrounded by diamonds, was displayed to the world a few days ago by Princess Eugenie

Its important to point out that this ring bears a similarity to another ring, that worn by Kate Middleton during her engagement to Prince William.

Princess Eugenie and Jack, who have been dating for about seven years, got engaged while in Nicaragua earlier this month and it has been announced by Buckingham Palace that they will wed in the fall.

1. Berkshire Home

While it has now been demolished this massive $15 million dollar home was the home of the Duchess of York with with daughters Beatrice and Eugenie during her divorce in 1996.

The 12-bedroom Sunninghill Park in Berkshire was a wedding present to her and Prince Andrew from the queen in 1986 but was left standing empty for at least 8 years.

The property was surrounded by high walls, large rolling gardens and had access to a private tennis court and swimming pool at the rear.

After the demolition had been completed its understood the new owner plans to build a 6 bedroom house on the site, with a further 8 bedroom villa for staff.