One Direction still topping the charts after Zayn Malik's departure
One Direction may have lost a member this year, but the chart-topping boyband has not seen their success diminish in the wake of Zayn Malik's departure.
The group - 22-year-olds Niall Horan and Liam Payne, Harry Styles (21) and Louis Tomlinson (23) - have retained their title as Britain's richest under-30s for the third year running in Heat magazine's annual Rich List.
The four-piece beat Daniel Radcliffe, Robert Pattinson and Adele by amassing a combined fortune of an estimated £82.08million, up £4.56m from last year.
Malik (22), who left One Direction in March and announced he has signed a solo record deal with RCA Records in July, made his solo debut on the list in eighth position with estimated individual earnings of around £20.52m.
Actor Radcliffe (26) remains in second place with an estimated £65.8m fortune, while Pattinson is in third spot with £51.04m.
Adele, who is back in the charts with her new single Hello, takes fourth place with £38.1m, ahead of Emma Watson in fifth place with £35.33m.
Ed Sheeran - who has enjoyed success with his second album, x, and his world tour - is 2015's highest new entry, making his debut at number six. The 24-year-old singer has earned an estimated £35.2m.