The Windsor Monarchy

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The Monarchy

Expenditure 2021 - 2022

£86.3m - Sovereign Grant, made up of £51.8 million for the "core" funding and an extra £34.5m for work on Buckingham Palace.

£102.4m - Official expenditure by the monarchy - a rise of £14.9m.

£63.9m - Spending on property maintenance - up £14.4m or 29% from £49.5m in 2020-21.

491 - Full-time equivalent staff paid for from the Sovereign Grant, with the wage bill coming to £23.7m.

£4.4m - Charlie's bill for the activities of his son William and his wife, plus Charlie's other expenditure including his capital expenditure and transfer to reserves. Charlie no longer pays for William.

£23m - Charlie's annual private income from the Duchy of Cornwall landed estate, up from £20.4m in 2020-21.

£3.3m - Charlie's non-official expenditure for himself and his family including salary costs of personal staff and a proportion of costs of gardeners and estate workers and the cost of Highgrove and Birkhall.

£107,000 - Official costs of Charlie's London office and official residence Clarence House.

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