ED Sheeran's £200million fortune has made him the UK's richest musician under 30, with the star raking in another £40million in a year.
The 29-year-old singer's bank account has nothing to worry about – despite the star announcing a break from his music career after marrying Cherry Seaborn.
Ed's staggering wealth has secured him the top spot of the Sunday Times Rich List, with the members of One Direction taking five of the other top ten spots.
Harry Styles and Niall Horan, both 26, take second and third place, with Little Mix fourth, 28-year-old Louis Tomlinson fifth, then Liam Payne, 26, and 27-year-old Zayn Malik.
Sam Smith has landed the eighth spot, and Rita Ora and Stormzy in joint ninth place with a £20million fortune.
George Ezra and Dua Lipa are then joint 11th place, boasting £16million each.
Ed drops to a joint 10th place in the rich list of Britain's richest musician regardless of age, with Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber and Sir Paul McCartney taking the joint top spot with a wealth of £800 million.
After recently relocating to London, Bajan beauty Rihanna is third with an estimated £468million fortune, and Sir Elton John and Sir Mick Jagger take up the next two spots.
Ed's income is matched by Sir Rod Stewart and Sting, after all three men raked in £200million.
The flame-haired singer has invested his fortune wisely, and boasts an incredible 27 property portfolio worth £57million.
He and Cherry are currently residing in his £3.7million Suffolk estate, dubbed Sheeranville, which he bought seven years ago.
He also owns flats, houses, and mansions across the country – renting most of them out after a £10million property shopping spree earlier this year.
In April, big-hearted Ed also donated almost £1million to a variety of local charities in his native Suffolk over a one-week period.
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