The allowance for the royal brothers and Prince William’s wife comes from The Prince of Wales who ensures the payment from the Duchy of Cornwall, a private estate that serves as a fund for Charles and his family’s public activities.
An Annual Review report of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Charles, Prince of Wales’ expenditures for “official and charitable activities,” from 1st April 2014 to 31st March 2015, was released by Clarence House on Tuesday.
For his daughter-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, and sons, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Henry of Wales, Prince Charles allocated £2.965 million (approximately $4.6million) for their royal official activities.
Prince William, who is a helicopter pilot for East Anglian Air Ambulance, donates his entire salary to charity.
His brother Harry completed over 10 years of full-time service in the Army this month, and he will spend three months in southern Africa for conservation projects.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is currently residing at the royal couple’s country home, Anmer Hall, with their children, Princess Charlotte, almost 2 months, and Prince George, nearly 2 years old.
Her first public apparance since Charlotte’s birth was this month at Queen Elizabeth II’s Trooping the Colour birthday parade.