Alex Turner, Joss Stone and Florence Welch named in Under 30's rich list

Lily Allen, Adele and Craig David also feature amongst the wealthiest young people in the UK

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Arctic Monkeys's frontman Alex Turner, Florence And The Machine's Florence Welch and Joss Stone have all been revealed as some of the richest people in the UK who are under the age of 30.

The list has been compiled by Heat Magazine and details the richest people under 30 in the UK. It is topped by Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, who is worth just under £52 million.

Alex Turner is 13th, with an estimated fortune of £9.1 million, Adele is 16th, having amassed £7.7 million, while Florence Welch is 29th with wealth estimated at £3.8 million.

Craig David remains surprisingly high in the list, coming in ninth with wealth estimated to be £9.7 million. Leona Lewis is sixth with £13.3 million, Cheryl Cole is seventh with £11.4 million, Joss Stone is 12th with £9.3 million and Duffy is 19th with £6 million.

Further down the list, despite her retirement, Lily Allen is still estimated to be worth £5.4 million and is 21st in the list. Mika, Paolo Nutini and all members of Girls Aloud also feature in the list.

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