Our favourite Fine Line singer might have to up his flared trousers game in hopes of matching Robbie’s staggering income, but we digress.
Technically, Harry earned £8,051 a day and Robbie earned £49,919 in 2018.
Harry’s company, Erskine Records, reportedly made £2,938,952 in 2018 so it’s not like the star is suffering because of it.
Robbie, 45, and his firm announced that it made £18.22 million that year.
Although, it does make sense how he’s able to rake in that much money a day considering Angels is a bop and Take That are a national treasure.
Does that make One Direction a national treasure, too, or is that debatable?
Back in the 90s and noughties, the Feel singer famously battled with substance abuse before checking himself into rehab in 2007 for taking a ‘heart-stopping’ amount of prescription drugs.
He’s now married to model Ayda, 40, with whom he shares three children – Theodora, seven, Charlton, five, and Colette, one.
The story of how they met is still an interesting yet strange one.
Speaking to the Daily Mail’s You magazine, Robbie recalled: ‘My drug dealer had just left, I’d slept with her and she’d left me a bag of drugs.’
Robbie went on to reveal how he dumped Ayda several times while they were dating, but it was a conversation with Cameron Diaz that made him realise the true extent of his feelings for the former X Factor judge.
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‘I bumped into Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore,’ Robbie explained. ‘I started talking about this person I’d just ended a relationship with and was listing all these things about her brilliance when Cameron said, “I don’t think it’s over”.’
Good thing you listened to Cameron, Robbie.
She is an Angel, after all.
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