Prince Azim Net Worth : $5 Billion
Second Born Prince of His Majesty Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, Film Producer, and Founder of Daryl Prince Productions
Source of Wealth
Date of Birth
July 29, 1982
Graduated from Oxford Brookes University
Prince Azim’s Total Net Worth
With an estimated and massive net worth of $5 billion, Prince Azim is a young royal and is the eldest child of His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah. He is one among his 12 siblings. The most distinguished child of the Sultan of Brunei, Prince Azim is known for throwing lavish parties and is the paparazzi favorite.
He has also tried his hands in production and his upcoming movies as a producer are “Dark Places” and “You’re Not You”. These films are going to release in 2014.
Prince Azim is best known for inviting the A-listed celebrities, like Pamela Anderson, Sophia Lauren, Janet Jackson, Faye Dunaway, and Marisa Tomei. He threw a lavish party on the occasion of his 30th birthday at the Dorchester Hotel, London. This billionaire playboy hosted a party in 2009, where he reportedly spent over 70,000 Euros only on flowers. Prince Azim, apparently, is also said to have gifted jewelry of almost $6 million to his long-time friend and singer, Mariah Carey, in 1996.
Properties: Private Fortune
Prince Azim has many properties, which he has inherited from his father, including a 1,788 room house in Brunei. It is rumored that his father, the Sultan, possesses 5,000 cars and has a fortune of £20 billion. To drive £10,000 sports car, Azim had a racing track.
Prince Azim’s Career
Prince Azim has done his education from International School Brunei, Raffles Institution and Oxford Brookes University, England. He was also sent to pursue 9-month officer training course at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst. However, he left the course within a week, but, he became the only member of the royal families around the globe to appear for this course for a short duration.
Other than spending money on parties and celebrities, Prince Azim is also involved in a number of humanitarian activities. It includes his fund proceeds for “Make a Wish Foundation” by designing bags for MCM. He was also invited as the guest of honor at the “Seeing is Believing”, an organization working for blinds. He was a part of 2012’s seminar, which was organized to acknowledge International Women’s Day in Brunei. The seminar was aimed at raising awareness on the issues distressing women in any way and empowering them. Prince Azim also attended the inauguration of the 2nd ASEAN Autism Network in 2013, where he appealed the people to support the patients with autism and urged for their special care.