All the Swedish Royals have prenups that say that everything that the couple owned before the marriage and everything that they subsequently inherit, receive as gifts or earnings through work while they are married would remain separate property in the event of a divorce. Only items purchased for their home would be considered in the division of property.
All that seems logical I found a UK Law website (https://www.family-lawfir...elp/prenuptial-agreements
) that talked about prenups. At the end of the article they said:
"At present a prenuptial agreement does not carry the same weight as a Court order and will not ‘automatically’ be upheld or enforced by an English or Welsh court in the event of a divorce and/or disagreement.
The courts do however take them seriously, as a prenuptial agreement is evidence of your intentions to one another in the event of your relationship breakdown and one of the factors that a court may consider when looking at all the circumstances of your case.
The Court will carefully consider things like:
Did the party with the most to lose understand the nature of the prenuptial agreement?
Did he/she have independent legal advice?
Was he/she under pressure to sign?
Was there full financial disclosure?
Would an injustice be done if the prenuptial agreement were upheld?"
It's hard to say with the British royals as the royal spouse has always been the one with more assets but it wouldn't be a bad idea in terms of a starting point in the event of a divorce.