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    Ed Sheeran has retained his place at the top of heat magazine's Rich List for a second year

    The 29-year-old singer/songwriter has been named the wealthiest celebrity under 30, according to the annual guide to the UK and Ireland's richest young stars


    Ed keeps his title after increasing his estimated worth by £40m in the past 12 months to a whopping £210m.

    Harry Styles takes second place with £74m in heat magazine's Rich List 2020. The 26-year-old star added £40m to his One Direction earnings since going solo, thanks to the US chart-topping album 'Fine Line', a £45m-grossing world tour and his lucrative Gucci deal.

    'Harry Potter' actress Emma Watson is in third place, thanks to her fortune from the movie franchise, along with £17m from 2017's Beauty and The Beast. Lucrative deals with Lancôme, Burberry and Chanel, and a role on the board at Kering, the £14 billion fashion giant have contributed to her estimated fortune of £58m.

    Irish singer/songwriter Niall Horan, 27, is in fourth position with earnings of £55m thanks to two big-selling solo albums and a successful tour.

    Little Mix move up one place this year to fifth. They're the biggest selling girl group since the Spice Girls and last year's LM5 tour took £17m in ticket sales.

    One Direction star Louis Tomlinson, 28, is in sixth with £47m and bandmate Liam Payne, 27, is in seventh place with £46m.

    The UK's highest-paid model Cara Delevingne, 28, takes eighth place with £42m, new dad Zayn Malik, 27, is at number nine with £38m and Sam Smith rounds out the top 10 with £35.5m.

    Rich list regular Daniel Radcliffe has dropped out for the first time since it began 10 years ago, after celebrating his 31st birthday this year.

    Meanwhile, Kylie Jenner remains the wealthiest star aged 30 and under outside the UK and Ireland with £700 million, while Taylor Swift, 30, retains her second place with £368m. Justin Bieber, 26, (£288m), Miley Cyrus, 27, (£180m) and Ariana Grande, 27, (£132m) round out the top five.

    The 30 Richest Celebrities 30 and Under appears in this week's heat magazine, on sale now.

    Top 10 Richest British and Irish Celebrities Aged 30 and Under

    Ed Sheeran, 29, (£210m)

    Harry Styles, 26, (£74m)

    Emma Watson, 30, (£58m)

    Niall Horan, 27, (£55m)

    Little Mix, (£54.3m)

    Louis Tomlinson, 28, (£47m)

    Liam Payne, 27, (£46m)

    Cara Delevingne (£42m)

    Zayn Malik, 27, (£38m)

    Sam Smith, 28, (£35.5m)

    Top Five Wealthiest stars outside the UK and Ireland

    Kylie Jenner, 23, (£700m)

    Taylor Swift, 30, (£368m)

    Justin Bieber, 26, (£288m)

    Miley Cyrus, 27, (£180m)

    Ariana Grande, 27, (£132m)

    © 2020 Bang Showbiz, NZCity


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