Grammy award winner, Adele has been listed among the richest UK under 30 celebrities. This is the third time Adele is being listed with an estimated fortune of £147.5m.
The Grammy winner boosted her wealth by around £15 million in the last year, according to Heat magazine, which looks at the accounts, sales and endorsements of the UK’s most famous celebrities under 30.
Adele retained the position in 2017 and in 2018 after her estimated wealth went from £132million to £147.5million.
The singer is said to have realised £9million from record sales in 2017, while her world tour last summer earned her a massive £42million.
Newcomers on the list include British-Nigerian Actor, John Boyega and Daisy Ridley, who jointly shared the 28th position with estimated wealth totalling £4.6m each.
Boyega was born on March 17 1992 in London, England, to British Nigerian parents.
He is known for playing Finn in the 2015 film Star Wars: The Force Awakens and its 2017 sequel Star Wars: The Last Jedi, respectively the seventh and eighth films of the Star Wars series.
Meanwhile, Ed Sheeran is second with around £94m while Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is third with £87m.
Ed’s wealth has gone from £52million in 2017 to £94million from his third album in which 6million copies were sold and £225million-grossing two-year world tour from ticket sales.
Harry Styles is the richest member of 1D with £58m followed by Niall Horan (£46m), Louis Tomlinson (£44m), Liam Payne (£43m) and Zayn Malik (£37m).
Little Mix are number six on the list with a joint fortune of £48 million due to their concerts and endorsements, which includes shampoo and their own fashion dolls.
Reality TV star Spencer Matthews comes in at number 30 with £4.5m.
Other names on the top 30 list include Sam Smith (£26m), Rita Ora (£12m) and GOT’s Sophie Turner (£6m).
The richest international celebrity under 30 is Kylie Jenner who has an estimated wealth of £688m.