Being born into a royal family has a slew of duties and benefits, one of which is financial security. Although being born into royalty is a privilege, we have no choice over our parents. Have you ever imagined yourself as the prince of one of the world's wealthiest empires? Continue reading as I demonstrate the lifestyle of Saudi Prince Mohammed Bin Salman.
On August 31, 1985, I was born. In 2009, Mohammed Bin Salman was chosen as an advisor by his father, Salman, who was then the governor of Saudi Arabia's Riyadh province. Following his father's ascent to the kingdom, he was anointed Prince of Saudi Arabia in 2017.
Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, based on his lifestyle, clearly has a taste for the finer things in life, as he has amassed a sizable collection. The properties listed below are some of the most expensive ones he's bought over the years.
In 2015, the prince paid $300 million for a home in Paris, France. The mansion, erected in the 17th century, was reputed to be one of the most opulent mansions in the world at the time. The home, on the other hand, was only revealed in 2017.
The prince's taste for luxury was further demonstrated in 2017 when he paid $450 million for a rare Leonardo da Vinci portrait that was up for auction.
Yachts are without a doubt the most expensive assets a person can own. The prince, on the other hand, owns the Serene, a $500 million yacht. Two helipads, a movie theater, a gym, and other opulent compartments are believed to be on board the vessel. The prince also has a number of high-end automobiles.
While many people pray for a better life, others are going about their daily lives. Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has a taste for luxury, as seen by his frequent purchases of pricey real estate.
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