James, Viscount Severn, is the younger child and only son of Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, today we look at his net worth and lifestyle.
VISCOUNT SEVERN NET WORTH – $5,000,000
|NAME: James Alexander Philip Theo Mountbatten-Windsor|
|OCCUPATION: Royal Family|
|COUNTRY OF BIRTH: United Kingdom|
|SOURCE OF WEALTH: Family|
|PLACE OF RESIDENCE: London|
Born, James Alexander Philip Theo Mountbatten-Windsor on the 17th December 2007, Viscount Severn as he has become known was born into the British Royal Family.
Currently 13th in line to the British Throne, he was baptised on 19 April 2008, in the Private Chapel of Windsor Castle.
He currently attends Eagle House School, a coeducational preparatory school near Sandhurst in Berkshire.
Viscount Severn currently lives in a Mansion house within the grounds of Bagshot Park, set within Windsor Great Park.
The park covers a large area within London and features many mansions and monuments dedicated to the royal family.
Viscount Severn has a long career ahead of him that is only just beginning, however he has already made several appearences for the Royals.
In April 15 he appeared alongside his sister in their first overseas engagement by accompanying their parents on a trip to South Africa.
He also participated the Great British Beach Clean with his family at Southsea Beach, in support of the Marine Conservation Society in September 2017.
Viscount Severn has a large extended family that includes his sister, Lady Louise and his parents, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
His grandparents include Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
His godparents are Alastair Bruce of Crionaich, Duncan Bullivant, Thomas Hill, Denise Poulton and Jeanye Irwin.
It is currently unknown if Viscount Severn has any close friends or aquaintences however we do know he is friends with some of the royals other children including Prince George and Prince Louis!
Viscount Severn was honoured by the Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba-in-Council after his father visited Canada and a lake was named after him.
His title notes his family’s welsh routes and his title takes its style from an Earl rather than a prince or princess, hence the missing HRH title in his name currently.
He still has the option to use the royal title when he turns 18.
He has been pictured at several places enjoying time off school, most notably in 2019 when he and his mother were pictured at Bristol Zoo in 2019.
He enjoys the occasional BBQ at Balmoral Castle and was reported to be quite good at flipping burgers when given the chance.