The New York Times did an interesting piece about the wealth of the British monarchy and how everything is divided up. When he was Prince of Wales, King Charles III transformed the Duchy of Cornwall into a billion-dollar real estate empire, one which provides the current PoW/Duke of Cornwall with a substantial personal income. Now that he’s on the throne, King Charles III has control of the monarchy’s vast and secretive fortune, which also includes real estate, jewels, artwork, plus cash and investments. Some interesting highlights from this Times piece: The Duchy of Cornwall: While his . . .