Little Mix have become the UK’s top earning young female positions, after boosting their joined fortune by £6million over the past year, giving them a combined net worth of £54million

Little Mix have become the UK’s top earning young female positions, after boosting their joined fortune by £6million over the past year, giving them a combined net worth of £54million.

Perrie Edwards, 27, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 29, and  Jade Thirlwall, 28, have pressed on as a trio this year, following the December departure of bandmate Jesy Nelson, 29, with whom they have reportedly severed financial ties.

And the Shout Out To My Ex hitmakers now have more cash to share among themselves as they climb their way up newly-unveiled annual Rich List.

Rich! Little Mix have become the UK's top earning young female positions, after boosting their joined fortune by £6million, giving them a combined net worth of £54million. Pictured (L-R) Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards

Rich! Little Mix have become the UK's top earning young female positions, after boosting their joined fortune by £6million, giving them a combined net worth of £54million. Pictured (L-R) Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards

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Little Mix have become the UK’s top earning young female positions, after boosting their joined fortune by £6million, giving them a combined net worth of £54million. Pictured (L-R) Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards

Financial ties: The news comes after it was reported that Little Mix, who are with Sony, have formally cut financial ties with Jesy Nelson, following her exit from the group. She announced on Friday that she has signed a new solo deal with Polydor

Financial ties: The news comes after it was reported that Little Mix, who are with Sony, have formally cut financial ties with Jesy Nelson, following her exit from the group. She announced on Friday that she has signed a new solo deal with Polydor

Financial ties: The news comes after it was reported that Little Mix, who are with Sony, have formally cut financial ties with Jesy Nelson, following her exit from the group.

She announced on Friday that she has signed a new solo deal with Polydor

The news comes after it was reported by that Little Mix, who are with Sony, have formally cut financial ties with Jesy Nelson, following her exit from the group. 

Perrie, Leigh-Anne and Jade are expected to rake in a whopping £5 million from their upcoming tour, but Jesy will lose out on the profit as she’ll no longer serve as a director at their joint business.

Had Jesy remained part of the business, Eternal Magic Touring, her situation would have been similar to that of Victoria Beckham, who earned a cool £1 million from the Spice Girls’ 2019 comeback tour, despite not stepping foot on stage.

However, Jesy is on the verge of raking in some of her own revenue, as she announced she’s signed a new solo record deal with esteemed label Polydor, following much speculation about her future.

Leader of the pack: However, Ed Sheeran, 30, reigned supreme over all young Brits in the music industry, after raking in an eye-watering £20million over the past year ¿ giving him a total fortune of £220million

Leader of the pack: However, Ed Sheeran, 30, reigned supreme over all young Brits in the music industry, after raking in an eye-watering £20million over the past year ¿ giving him a total fortune of £220million

Leader of the pack: However, Ed Sheeran, 30, reigned supreme over all young Brits in the music industry, after raking in an eye-watering £20million over the past year – giving him a total fortune of £220million

The singer took to Instagram on Friday morning to share a snapshot of herself posing before the company’s logo as she shared the news with her followers. 

Elsewhere on the Sunday Times list, Ed Sheeran, 30, reigned supreme over all young Brits in the music industry, after raking in an eye-watering £20million over the past year – giving him a total fortune of £220million.

His feat is made all the more impressive as he’s kept a low profile over the past year while spending quality time with his and wife Cherry Seaborn’s daughter Lyra Antarctica, nine months.

While the star has enjoyed a string of chart hits, he is also known to have snapped up an impressive portfolio of properties across the country, with a concentration of bricks-and-mortar investments in London. 

Sheeran’s big bucks place him head and shoulders above Harry Styles, 27, who sits second on the list of young musicians with a tidy £75million fortune.

Raking in the dough: Sheeran's big bucks place him head and shoulders above Harry Styles, 27, who sits second on the list of young musicians with a tidy £75million fortune. Pictured earlier this month

Raking in the dough: Sheeran's big bucks place him head and shoulders above Harry Styles, 27, who sits second on the list of young musicians with a tidy £75million fortune. Pictured earlier this month

Raking in the dough: Sheeran’s big bucks place him head and unblocked games 6688 shoulders above Harry Styles, 27, who sits second on the list of young musicians with a tidy £75million fortune.

Pictured earlier this month

With Little Mix at third on the list, Styles’ One Direction bandmates Niall Horan, 27, Louis Tomlinson, 29, and Liam Payne, 27, sit in fourth, fifth and sixth position with respective fortunes of £52million, £45million and $44 million.

Ubiquitous pop star Dua Lipa, 25, is seventh on the list with an impressive haul of £36million, leaving her with an equally heavy wallet as former One Direction heartthrob Zayn Malik, 28.

Grime superstar Stormzy, 27 (£24million) and Rita Ora, 30 (£22million) round out the top 10 of the music industry’s top young earners. 

Elsewhere, the wealth of some of Britain’s most established musicians has also jumped, with Sir Mick Jagger, 77, the lead singer of the Rolling Stones, now worth £310million.   

Sir Elton John’s personal fortune rose by £15million to £375million, despite the lack of live music performances permitted during the Covid crisis.

Making the list: Ubiquitous pop star Dua Lipa, 25, is seventh on the list with an impressive haul of £36million, leaving her with an equally heavy wallet as former One Direction heartthrob Zayn Malik, 28

Making the list: Ubiquitous pop star Dua Lipa, 25, is seventh on the list with an impressive haul of £36million, leaving her with an equally heavy wallet as former One Direction heartthrob Zayn Malik, 28

Making the list: Ubiquitous pop star Dua Lipa, 25, is seventh on the list with an impressive haul of £36million, leaving her with an equally heavy wallet as former One Direction heartthrob Zayn Malik, 28

But it was Sir Paul McCartney, 78, who topped the list of music millionaires with an estimated net worth of £820million, up £20million. He was the only musician to make the main Rich List, sitting in 196th place.   

At the other side of the spectrum, England football star Marcus Rashford has topped the Sunday Times Giving List in a record-breaking year for donations.

Rashford, 23, has also appeared on the Young Rich List for the first time with a fortune of £16million. 

A record 171 billionaires in the UK saw their fortunes soar by more than a fifth as they shook off the financial toll of the pandemic, the Sunday Times Rich List reveals. 

Ukrainian-born Sir Leonard Blavatnik, 63, has topped the Rich List for the second time with his £23billion fortune following a £7.2billion leap in wealth.

Hey, big spender: Singing star Rita Ora, 30, rounds out the top 10 of the music industry's top young earners with £22million)

Hey, big spender: Singing star Rita Ora, 30, rounds out the top 10 of the music industry's top young earners with £22million)

Hey, big spender: Singing star Rita Ora, 30, rounds out the top 10 of the music industry’s top young earners with £22million)

Overall, the number of UK-based billionaires has jumped by 24 per cent compared to 2020 in a stark contrast with the economic turmoil of a global crisis which saw millions enter furlough.  

But this had little impact on the very wealthiest, with the fortunes of billionaires increasing by 21.7 per cent over the year – rising by £106.5billion to £597.2billion.   

Blavatnik, 63, saw his personal wealth leap by £7.219billion, placing him at the top of the Rich List for the second time since 2015 – when he was worth £13.17billion.

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