The Sunday Times Rich List has just dropped and some big names have made the cut.
The annual survey estimates the wealthiest people in the UK and this year it features the King, the Prime Minister, and a handful of pop stars, as well as many business people you probably haven't heard of.
It found there are 171 billionaires in the UK — down from 177 in 2022 and that many people's fortunes have decreased. Sir Richard Branson’s fortune has shrunk by 42.6 per cent to £2.41 billion, for instance.
But that is still a lot of money, so we won't cry him a river.
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Aside from Branson, here are some of the biggest names on the list.
Coming in at number five on the list, the hoover and airwrap magnate has a wealth of £23bn. A decent wedge.
The SportsDirect entrepreneur came 49th on the list.
As said, he's lost a bit of money but he is still the 77th richest individual in the UK.
Best known for starring in The Apprentice, the businessman's £1.074bn coffers landed him spot number 165 this year.
Sir Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy Shevell
They have a pretty decent £950m. A pretty penny (lane).
The controversial Harry Potter writer has magicked herself up £875m thanks to her writing talent.
King Charles III
With £600m, he comes in at 263 on the list.
You can’t even challenge King Charles III’s right to rule anymore Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images
The Warburton Family
There must be a reason why the saying "the best thing since sliced bread" is so well-known given sliced bread champions the Warburton family have £586m.
Rishi Sunak and Akshata Murphy
And sliced bread is clearly better than politics given the PM and his wife have £529m, down £201m from the previous year.
With £504m, the Lloyd-Webber comes in at number 283.
Sir Elton John
The Rocketman crooner has £450.
David and Victoria Beckham
With £425m, the Beckham's have enough money to support their son through his various bizzare careers.
Cowell clearly has The X Factor. At number 337, he has £390m.
Then there is the under 35 list.
Sheeran comes in at seventh place with an estimated wealth of £300m. His sixth album Subtract was the UK's fastest selling in 2023.
Adele came in at ninth with £165m, thanks to selling more than 100 million albums.
Styles is in joint 13th place with £150m.
Coming in at number 21 is Dua Lipa with an estimated £75m from music, modelling and podcasting.
Radcliffe was 18th with £92m.
Watson has an estimated wealth of £60m.
Alright for some, eh!
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