Every time Prince Charles uses the royal train it costs £20,000
The Crown Estate delivered £329.4m to Treasury coffers last year.
Here are some of the key figures from the royal accounts:
£47.4 million – Taxpayer funds received by the monarchy to pay for official duties and other expenditure.
£329.4 million – Profits of the Crown Estate, a jump of 4% compared with like-for-like results a year earlier.
£4.7 million – Cost of the Queen and the royal family’s official travel.
£141,263 – Royal train travel for seven trips by the Prince of Wales, costing more than £20,000 each.
3 – Times the Queen used the royal train.
2 – percent fall in energy consumption by the royal household.
154 – Official duties carried out by the Queen in the last year.
£2.9 million – the cost of utilities, down from £3.1 million.
10,000 – the number of Royal Collection items to be decanted from the east wing of Buckingham Palace in the next year as it undergoes maintenance.
7% – Decrease in greenhouse gas emissions across the royal household.
1.668 – Tonnes of recyclable waste produced by the royal household, up from 1.580 tonnes.
514 – Tonnes of waste sent to landfill, down from 522 tonnes.
528 – Staff (full-time equivalent) employed by the royal household.