U2 have landed at number three on the new Sunday Times Rich List, which sheds light on the most wealthy musicians in the UK and Ireland every year.
According to the newspaper, the Irish band’s wealth is estimated at €678 million.
This year, Andrew Lloyd-Webber secured the top spot, thanks to his €954 million estimated fortune.
Ahead of U2, Paul McCartney and wife Nancy Shevell landed at number two on the list, as their wealth is estimated at €872 million.
Check out the Top Ten below:
- 1. Andrew Lloyd-Webber – €954m
- 2. Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell – €872m
- 3. U2 – €678M
- 4. Elton John – €372m
- 5. Mick Jagger – €320m
- 6. Keith Richards – €302m
- 7. Olivia and Dhani Harrison – €291m
- 8. Ringo Starr – €279m
- 9. Michael Flatley – €237m
- 10. Sting – €232m
The full list, which includes Ed Sheeran, Adele, Harry Styles, and our very own Niall Horan, will be published this Sunday, May 12.