The colossal fortune of Jacques, the son of the princely couple Charlene and Albert of Monaco, is now at the heart of all discussions.
The details of this wealth, valued at more than 800 million pounds, were revealed by the British daily, the Daily Express, in an exclusive ranking.
On August 7, this newspaper lifted the lid on the list of the world’s wealthiest children, but not just based on their current assets, rather taking into account their future legacy and potential influence on the global economy. . And it is Princess Charlotte, third in the order of succession to the British throne, who takes first place in this prestigious ranking, thus relegating her older brother, Prince George, to second position.
The young princess, aged just eight, is proving to be a high-profile personality, with an estimated worth of an incredible £3.6 billion, or nearly 4.1 billion euros. His brother, Prince George, is no slouch, occupying the second step with an estimate of 2.4 billion pounds.
As for Jacques, the son of Charlene and Albert of Monaco, he is not unworthy, placing himself in an impressive fourth position with a fortune estimated at 817 million pounds sterling. He is thus just behind Valentina Paloma Pinault, the daughter of Salma Hayek, whose value is estimated at 1.6 billion pounds sterling.
“This revelation of the fortunes of these young personalities only sparks more interest and attention around their future role in the economy and society,” the publication said.