Tottenham-born singer Adele is one of the many Londoners who featured on the 2023 Sunday Times Under 35 Rich List ranking. The chart-topping artist just made the top 10 of the list.
While Adele no longer lives in the capital full time, she's still a Londoner through and through, which is clear by her strong accent, which still remains despite her move across the pond.
These days the Hello hitmaker calls Los Angeles home. Last year it was revealed she had moved in with her boyfriend of almost three years, Rich Paul. Adele has been stateside for around seven years after first relocating in 2016.
However, the North London singer still shows her fondness for her home city from time to time. While accepting an award at the Brit awards last year, she gushed: "I always love coming home."
But where did Adele feature on the 2023 Sunday Times Under 35 Rich List?
Where did Adele rank on the 2023 Sunday Times Under 35 Rich List?
The Easy On Me hitmaker came 9th overall on the Sunday Times Under 35 ranking. The 35-year-old singer, who celebrated her birthday earlier this month, is estimated to have a worth of £165 million.
2023 is not Adele's first time making the Sunday Times list, she also featured on the publication's ranking last year when her net worth was reported to have been slightly less at £150 million.
Full 2023 Sunday Times Under 35 Rich List
- Duke of Westminster - £9.878 billion
- Lady Charlotte Wellesley - £2.167 billion
- Johnny Boufarhat - £1.714 billion
- Ben Francis - £900 million
- India Rose James - £758 million
- Oliver and Alexander Kent-Braham - £455 million
- Ed Sheeran - £300 million
- Rory McIlroy - £200 million
- Adele - £165 million
- Timothy Goodwin - £163 million
- Lewis Morgan - £160 million
- Dan and Melanie Marsden - £151 million
- David Campbell - £150 million
- Anthony Joshua - £150 million
- Harry Styles - £150 million
- Christian Owens - £101 million
- Vishal Karia - £98 million
- Daniel Radcliffe - £92 million
- Reece Wabara - £83 million
- Charlie Wilson - £83 million
- Dua Lipa - £75 million
- Gareth Bale - £70 million
- Raheem Sterling - £61 million
- Reiss and Kris Edgerton - £60 million
- Josh Stevens - £60 million
- Emma Watson - £60 million
- Charlie Morgan - £55 million
- Jackson Quinn - £55 million
- Niall Horan - £54 million
- Ayman Rahman and Fateha Begum - £54 million
- Louis Tomlinson - £54 million
- Harry Kane - £51 million
- Cara Delevingne - £50 million
- Christian Facey - £ 50 million
- Daniel Knight - £50 million