Harry and Meghan have just splashed £2.4m on a new kitchen and some scatter cushions, and Tory leadership contender Jeremy Hunt has an estimated personal wealth of £14m, but how rich are you?
Just spent the weekend at Glastonbury
You may dress like a hippie but let’s face it if you can spare £250 for the ticket, £550 for falafel and cider, and £1000 for a luxury-glamping-yurt complete with Prosecco tap and a butler to hose down your Hunter wellingtons, you’re basically part of the 1%.
Conservative leadership challenger
You are loaded compared to the ‘ordinary people’, but the real money’s on the back benches and in the Lords. To them, you’re nothing more than a lottery winner with an unused Jet Ski and an old sofa in the front garden. Time to start thinking about founding your own offshore investment fund old boy.
London beer drinker
Six quid a pint? You must be minted. Pack in the booze and retire at once.
Teaching is a reward in itself; you are indeed the wealthiest person in the country and therefore deserve no more handouts or pay rises from the government.
Congratulations you are the first in your family to be able to afford to feed the kids fair trade sustainable quinoa. Enjoy that feeling of wealth with every bland and dry mouthful.
Blogger and influencer
You certainly look like a member of the idle rich, sat in Starbucks all day with your £3500 MacBook drafting your latest witty spoof blog entry, but the sixteen-year-old barista probably stepped over you this morning when she opened the shop. Face it, you live in an overpriced coffee shop and need to get a job.
See teacher and expect a pay freeze once the Tory leadership race is over.
What people don’t understand is that with the kids’ school fees, the bills from the Ferrari garage, the mistress, the trophy wife, the ex-wife, and the cost of mooring a yacht in Saint-Tropez now the pound’s tanked, there’s barely change from a six-figure bonus to pay your coke dealer. The Big Issue guy should be buying you a sandwich as you ignore him on your way to lunch.