Queen Elizabeth II’s net worth is estimated to have been in the region of $500 million (£430 million) in personal assets. These will need to be distributed to her heirs.
She was the head of a $28 billion (£24.1 billion) empire called Monarchy PLC. While she did not personally own it, it belongs to the crown and the royal family, over which she presided.
Two big contributors to the Queen's wealth are her fully paid-for private homes. The Balmoral Castle ($140M) and Sandringham House ($65M).
The Queen also owned scores of expensive artwork, investments, and liquid capital.