Yes, compared to some - but life is a lottery and a mixture of chance on where you were born, who you know, what skills you have, how intelligent you are, where you currently live and job prospects, etc.You were lucky.
Someone Born and brought up in a built up housing estate in a poor part of Newcastle, that went to a comprehensive school and left at 15/16 with few O'leves and who's parents never went to university is not likely to get the same chances in life as for example - Dianne Abbots son did. Race has nothing to do with it either - there's more white folk in this country than BAME that are brought up in poverty, but the media don't like to talk about that.
My dad was brought up in a rough part on the outskirts of Glasgow during the 50/60's - he sure as hell never suffered from any form of "white privilege" at all. Either did the vast amount of people in this country.