They’re members of one of the richest families in the world and have access to seemingly endless wealth as a result, but if the royal family was like everyone else in the world, they would have some seriously varied ways of life due to their staggeringly different incomes.

According to The Sun, an analysis of the money royals like Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker Bowles would bring in with regular jobs based on their experiences in the world and educational qualifications would see all of them in very different income brackets. Surprisingly, despite their years of experience as members of the royal family though, a newer entrant to their midst is the one who would come out on top.

According to the amassed facts and figures, Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, would have the highest salary of the bunch, since she had a very extensive career as an actress prior to marrying Prince Harry. Considering her projects, which included Hallmark movies and a role on “Suits,” she could likely pick up where she left off and still make £350k a year—or over $450,000.

The next closest ranking member of the family to Markle would be Sophie, Countess of Wessex, who had a lucrative career in PR before marrying Prince Edward. However, even her savvy as a mogul and businesswoman would keep her well below Markle with a salary of £40,000, or $51,700.

Sophie’s husband and Middleton would follow suit with each potentially earning £23k ($29,700) a year due to their different experiences. While always royal, Prince Edward did previously have a job as a production assistant at a theatre company and even owned his own TV production company. As for Middleton, who, like Markle, wasn’t born royal, she would probably have a job in marketing because of her degree from the University of St. Andrews, though her experience is significantly more limited than her sister-in-law's, with only jobs as an accessory buyer at Jigsaw and helping with her parents' party planning business under her belt.

Still, Middleton would fare better than other lifetime members of the royal family, who really would only make a limited amount of money with jobs as charity workers. That would leave both Princes Harry and William at roughly £21k (or $27,000) a year each, while Princess Anne would earn £19k ($24,500) annually for a similar role.

However, when it comes to earning the smallest amount, that title would actually go to the future Queen Consort, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. Following her years in school, she worked as a part-time secretary—which would only earn her £17,500 or $22,600, in today’s economy.

Since this isn’t the case however, the various members of the family certainly rank differently. According to their various net worth, as estimated by Celebrity Net Worth, Prince Edward actually ranks the highest with a net worth of $45 million. Princes Harry and William follow suit at $40 million and Princess Anne ranks at $30 million. Royal spouses rank much lower, with Sophie and Middleton both estimated to be worth $10 million while Markle and Parker-Bowles would both be worth $5 million.

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The Royal family look out from the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the Trooping the Colour parade on June 17, 2017 in London, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson