A royal pension for the Queen, a $200,000 annual salary for her and a $100,000 payment for the first family each year for the next 40 years will raise billions of dollars for the country.

But the money could be spent on something more than the royal pension, which comes from the sale of Royal Mail, the national postal service.

For example, it could go to fund the Queen and her family’s annual travel to France, where she will be attending the centennial celebration of the United Kingdom’s victory over Nazi Germany in World War II.

The Queen and Prince Harry will be on the road for the 50th anniversary of the end of the war, when Britain is commemorating the end for good.

The royal pension is for the period between the coronation of the Queen on June 6, 1953 and the end date of the 50-year anniversary on June 20, 2024.

It will also be for the years that follow until 2033, when the Queen is supposed to die.

In 2018, the Queen was due to be replaced as head of state by Prince Philip, who would be succeeded by his son, Duke of Edinburgh.