Report reveals how much Charles and Camilla cost

Report reveals how much Charles and Camilla cost

Clarence House annual review published, showing royal household figures

Prince Charles paid nearly £3.3m in tax last year, an annual review of
Clarence House has revealed – the first time such a figure has been made public.

The BBC reported that Charles, along with his wife Camilla and his sons cost
every person in the UK 3.5p, down from 3p in 2004-05.

The accounts also showed that Charles’ private income rose by 6% to more than
£14m in 2005-06 on the back of commercial property rent reviews and higher
investment returns.

Sir Michael Peat, the prince’s principal private secretary said: ‘It’s the
first full year since the marriage and the duchess is very much to the fore in
the report.’

The prince helped to raise about £110m for his 16 main charities, the
accounts revealed.

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