His lavish wedding to wife Meghan Markle, 36, a former-actress in cable drama Suits, took place last month.
The royals enjoy a lavish life, but how do they pay for it all?
Does Prince Harry have a job or a private income?
Prince Harry did have a private salary during his 10 years in the army, in which he served between 2005 and 2015.
According to OK! magazine this role would have seen him earn in the region of £40,0000 annually.
Prince William, 35, earned the same sum when working an an air ambulance pilot and he is said to have donated the whole sum to charity.
It is not known whether Harry donated his salary from his role in the army to a similar cause.
A large chunk of Prince Harry’s work as a member of the Royal Family is voluntary for charity.
Royal expert Kelly Lynch, managing editor of Daily Break, told Express.co.uk: “I actually don’t know what Harry’s salary is.
“I know that prior to meeting Meghan, his endeavours were funded by the Prince of Wales.”
Prince Charles, 70, has an income from the Duchy of Cornwall , an enormous private estate.
The website for the Duchy states: “The Duchy of Cornwall is a private estate established by Edward III in 1337 to provide independence to his son and heir, Prince Edward.
“A charter ruled that each future Duke of Cornwall would be the eldest surviving son of the Monarch and heir to the throne.
“The current Duke of Cornwall, HRH The Prince of Wales, is the longest serving Duke in history.
“The revenue from his estate is used to fund the public, private and charitable activities of The Duke and his children.”
It is likely this is were Harry gets the majority of his cash, the royal expert revealed.
She said: “I’m sure Charles has set out a budget for Harry.
“I know that Princess Eugenie has a private income, as she works for a gallery.”
Contrary to popular belief, neither Prince Harry nor Prince William are given any money directly from the government.
However, both have a large sum of money from their parents.
Kelly explained: “(Harry) doesn’t get an allowance from the government (that is reserved strictly for the monarch).
“He does, however, have an inheritance from his mother, and while he served in the army he was on salary (how much, I’m not sure).”