For whosoever hath, to him shall be given, and he shall have more abundance: but whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken away even that he hath.
Must have been written specially for Charlie Windsor.
They have found gold in them there mines in Kernow (Cornwall) of which,as we all know, Charlie is the duke.
And that has caused a bit of a disagreement in the royal family.
Since 1568 permission has been required to remove gold from "Mines Royal", with the proceeds going to Crown Estates. But the Duchy of Cornwall, established as a form of income for the heir to the throne, has been around since 1337, and wanted to claim the gold for Charlie.
So, being as they are a close warm family firm they have decided to split the money 50-50. Charlie gets half and the crown estates get half.
And the people of Kernow get nothing.
Great, isn't it? The broke UK finds gold and two of the richest people (who owe their wealth only to who they were born) split the divvy between them.