The 9 celeb families RICHER than the Royal Family – with £100m Bel Air mansions, emerald engagement rings & private jets

LIVING in a palace, being waited on hand and foot, and having access to a bulging bank account – there's no denying if you're a member of the Royal Family, there are many perks.

But while Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have an estimated net worth of £510m, new research shows they're far from the richest family in the world.

From Salma Hayek and Francois Pinault's eye-watering £5.7billion net worth, to former A-list sweethearts Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's £526million, there are plenty of celeb couples who outshine the royals.

And they know how to spend it – with the Kardashians famously splashing out millions on jewellery and luxury ranches.

Beyonce and Jay-Z, meanwhile, boast a £100m Bel Air, while J-Lo's wealthy husband forked out £3.9m on an emerald cut diamond engagement ring.

Here, we take a closer look at nine celeb families who are even more loaded than royalty, how they earned their fortune and what they splash their cash on…

The Hayek-Pinaults

Net worth: £5.7 billion

Actress Salma Hayek's net worth of £158 million is already impressive – but then add the wealth of her billionaire husband and father of her 12 year-old daughter and you've got one of the richest families in Hollywood, according to a recent rich list report.

François-Henri Pinault might not be a household name in the same way his glamorous 53-year-old wife is, but the 58-year-old is CEO of luxury brand Kering, which owns the likes of Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen.

Some reports estimate his net worth could actually be anything up to £19.5bn, and the couple own a £20m two-bed townhouse in Chelsea, London and two art galleries in Paris.

Pinault's family also own Christie's auction house and a 3,000 piece art collection.

The couple married in 2009 on Valentine’s Day in a wedding that is still considered one of the most expensive ever.

A lavish masquerade-style rehearsal dinner was held at the 17th century Punta Della Dogana – which they don’t own, but spent £17million renovating ahead of the big day.

The glamorous two-day event is believed to have cost £2.6m, with Salma’s wedding dress being made by Balenciaga.

The Kardashian-Wests

Net worth: £2.9 billion

One of the world's biggest power couples, reality megastar Kim Kardashian, 39, and presidential candidate and rapper Kanye West, 43, are a force to be reckoned with.

Mum-of-four Kim recently became a billionaire, and owns multiple businesses including her own beauty range and shapewear, while her hubby owns his own fashion label, Yeezy.

The couple's vast wealth means they can afford to splash the cash, with two £11m luxury ranches in Wyoming and a £47m Hollywood mansion in their property empire.

The pair both have a love for the finer things too, regularly taking private jets around the world, boast a £5.5m car collection and possess a multi-million pound jewellery stash.

However, £9m worth of jewellery was stolen in 2016 when Kim was infamously held at gunpoint in a French hotel room and robbed.

The Trumps

Net worth: £2.5 billion

Before becoming president of the United States, 74-year-old Donald Trump made his fortune in real estate, and he therefore boasts a very impressive property portfolio.

This includes 58-floor Trump Towers on Fifth Avenue, and Mar-a-Lago, his 58-bed private club in exclusive Palm Beach, Florida, and he owns 17 golf clubs across the world, which he likes to frequent.

In order to travel to and from his various properties, Trump owns a £78m Boeing 747, dubbed Trump Force One, and a £5.5m helicopter.

When father-of-four Trump married third wife Melania, 50, in 2005, the pair reportedly spent £1m on their big day, and Melania's engagement ring is said to be worth around £2.3m.

The Carters

Net worth: £1.6 billion

Beyonce and Jay-Z are music royalty – so it's not surprising they'rebillionaires.

Jay-Z can credit his successful rap career, and also makes a fortune through his Roc Nation company, clothing line Rocawear, and owns his own streaming platform, Tidal.

Meanwhile, Queen B rose to fame as one third of Destiny's Child, but became even more successful as a solo singer, demanding millions per gig, earning a rumoured £2million for her 105 minute iconic Coachella set.

The superstar couple – who are parents to daughter Blue and twins Sir and Rumi – boast a seven bed £19m luxury mansion in the Hamptons and a £100m Bel Air mansion.

Beyonce is also famous for her rider requests, which are reported to include keeping her dressing room at 78 degrees and heavily seasoned chicken legs.

The Hilton-Rothschilds

Net worth: £840 million

The younger sister of Paris, and heir to the Hilton hotel dynasty, socialite Nicky Hilton-Rothschild married into one of the richest families in the world when she wed husband James.

James Rothschild is a British banker, and his family is said to have a staggering $700 trillion, all tied up in property and other assets.

After meeting in 2011 at Petra Ecclestone and James Stunt's wedding, the pair, who have two children, married in 2015, at Kensington Palace, with the bride wearing a £60,000 Valentino haute couture gown.

The Lopez-Rodriguezs

Net worth: £680 million

Jennifer Lopez has consistently earned a place on the Forbes rich lists, and is often called 'the hardest working woman in showbiz'.

As well as her singing career, she's earned a net worth of £315m through her salary as a judge on American Idol, advertising deals with brands such as L'Oreal Paris, and she also has her own perfume range.

The singer is engaged to baseball New York Yankee star Alex Rodriguez, who at one point was one of the world's highest-paid athletes.

And it's clear he dotes on the singer, splurging £3.9m on her emerald cut diamond engagement ring.

The 44-year-old sports star also gifted her a red Porsche 911 Carrera convertible for her 50th birthday – despite the fact she'd said she'd "never driven a car" previously.

The Trump-Kushners

Net worth: £640 million

When Donald Trump became president, his oldest daughter Ivanka Trump, 38, followed him into politics, and currently holds the unpaid role of advisor.

Before that she worked for the Trump Organisation, and had her own fashion range, opened a jewellery store, and also worked as a real estate project manager.

Her husband of 11 years Jared Kushner also hails from a real estate family, and took over the family business in 2008.

The Jenner-Websters

Net worth: £600 million

At the tender age of 22, last year Kylie was hailed the youngest self-made billionaire – a title that was recently taken back by Forbes after they claimed she'd "inflated the size and success of her business for years."

 Despite this, Kylie is far from having money worries – it's estimated Kylie earns around £4,000 per episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and gets paid up to £760,000 per sponsored Instagram post.

Her beauty brand Kylie Cosmetics has reportedly sold more than £490m worth of makeup since it was founded in 2016.

Kylie has a particular passion for cars, and has a fleet of around 14, thought to be worth £3.9m.

And while she's no longer with her daughter Stormi's dad, rapper Travis Scott – born Jacques Webster – is worth £32m.

The Jolie-Pitts

Net worth: £526 million

They're no longer together, but Hollywood icons Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's collective family worth is still impressive, with both leading actors able to command millions per film.

The former couple, who are currently going through divorce proceedings and share six children, will no doubt have a hard time dividing up their extensive collective assets.

When together, the pair bought a £45m, 35-bed French chateau, which was also where they wed in 2014, and had a £39m beach house in Santa Barbara, and a five-bed townhouse in New Orleans.

The pair lavished each other with expensive gifts when a couple – Angelia reportedly bought Brad a 15m heart-shaped island for his 50th birthday, and a £1.2m helicopter.

Considering the extent of each famous family's fortune, while they aren't technically royalty, they're all lucky enough to afford the best of the best.

With staggering their net worth, amazing property portfolios and generous gifts, no doubt all their lifestyles are fit for a king.

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