Harry Styles is said to have banked £50million since he became a solo artist.
According to The Sun, the 26-year-old musician has made the staggering amount of money since One Direction 's hiatus in 2016.
Latest figures from Erskine Records, which are said to hold earnings from his music sales, show he has assets of £24.7million, The Sun reports.
Harry, who released his second studio album Fine Line last year, is also said to have also made a further £21.8million from performing, through his company Erskine Touring.
The global star, who shot to fame as a part of One Direction on The X Factor 2010, also has assets worth £3.4million in his company HSA Publishing.
In addition to his solo career success, Harry made millions while in 1D, with the hugely popular boy band selling 70million records worldwide.
However, they do not account for his staggering earnings from starring in the 2017 blockbuster Dunkirk, not forgetting endorsement deals or interview fees.
They also don't take into account the sales Fine Line, with the record spending 33 consecutive weeks in the Top Ten.
Harry also topped the charts in 2017 with his debut self-titled solo album and first single since 1D, Sign Of The Times.
This year his numbers could be down due to the coronavirus pandemic, which as resulted in his Love On Tour show being postponed.
The latest figures reportedly put him well ahead of his bandmates Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, Liam Payne and Zayn Malik (who left the band in 2015).
Earlier this year, The Sunday Times reported Harry was worth £63million, Niall £50million, Louis £45million, Liam £44million and Zayn, £36million.
One Direction celebrated their 10 year anniversary on July 23rd, with their devoted fans hoping for a band reunion.
The band marked their anniversary with a brand new website and a 10-year celebration video especially made for their fans.