It costs an estimated 300 million pounds to run the British monarchy annually. And while British taxpayers complain about the financial strain the royals put on their bank accounts, the most recent annual report from Buckingham Palace shows that each tax-paying citizen in Britain paid 0.69 pounds toward the crown per year, or less than an American dollar.
So, how do the royals sustain their posh lifestyles, and what fund is Meghan Markle dipping into for her array of chic outerwear?
If not the British taxpayers, who exactly is financing Harry and Meghan’s royal tour through Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga?
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