Queen Elizabeth II has a massive collection worth hundreds of millions.

According to a Telegraph report, the monarch has a stamp collection that is worth a staggering $124 million. This includes a Mauritian stamp that is valued at $2.5 million. The stamp was shown in a traveling exhibition to celebrate the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2002.

The 2d Mauritius “Post Office” that was issued in 1847 is one of the most prized in the world. It was the first to be issued by a colonial post office.

According to royal expert Phil Dampier, the Queen takes prides in her multi-million stamp collection. In fact, she loves to show it to her visitors in Buckingham Palace.

“The Queen loves showing her stamp collection to visitors, say heads of state who stay at Buckingham Palace,” Dampier told Fabulous Digital.

“It is one of her pride and joys, not only because she owns some of the world’s most valuable stamps, but also because she has built on a family treasure and feels she has done her father and previous monarchs who owned it proud.”

In related news, the netizens discussed if it was true that Queen Elizabeth II demanded Prince Charles to dump Camilla Parker Bowles after Princess Diana’s death. Royal followers have mixed reactions about the matter.

Deanna Eppers believed that it was true because the public was angry toward Prince Charles and his mistress. Princess Diana revealed in her infamous Panorama interview that her relationship with the future king didn’t work because “there were three of us in this marriage, so it’s a bit crowded,” implying about Prince Charles and Camilla’s affair.

Eppers added that the Queen believed that Prince Charles had to give up Camilla following the mudslinging between him and Princess Diana. For the Queen, the monarchy didn’t need more bad press, so Camilla had to go.

Meanwhile, another royal follower said that it was not true because Camilla has always made Prince Charles happy and Queen Elizabeth was aware of this.

Her Majesty was last seen in public on Sunday attending a church service at Crathie Kirk. Queen Elizabeth II was accompanied by Prince Andrew who was photographed smirking while in the car with the monarch.

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Queen Elizabeth II is seen at the Chichester Theatre while visiting West Sussex on Nov. 30, 2017, in Chichester, United Kingdom. Getty Images/Stuart C. Wilson