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One Direction Named Richest Young Brits

P.S. Daniel Radcliffe wasn't too happy.

The One Direction boys have taken top spot on Heat magazine's annual rich list of young British stars under the age of 30, with an estimated fortune of £77.5 million.

The "Little Things" hitmakers —comprising Louis Tomlinson, 23, Niall Horan, 21, Zayn Malik, 21, Harry Styles, 20, and 21-year-old Liam Payne—have amassed a collective fortune of £77.5 million, retaining the top spot in the magazine's annual list thanks to endeavors such as selling their name and image rights to Coles supermarkets in Australia, releasing two fragrances, embarking on a world tour, and selling four million copies of their latest album, Midnight Memories.

Second place on the list is Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe with an estimated fortune of £63.5 million, while his former wizarding co-star Robert Pattinson took third place with estimated earnings of £51.4 million.

And it seems Horns actor Daniel, 25, wasn't happy with his ranking as he felt he should have been given the top spot.

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He joked to Heat: "There's five of them! That doesn't count! Not that I care but I am definitely first!"

Also featured on the list—which is based on estimated earnings from movie deals, record sales, and other endorsements—were actress Keira Knightley, 29, in fourth place with £39.9 million, and singer Adele, 26, who took the fifth spot with a fortune of £36.25 million.

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The top 10 also featured two more Harry Potter'stars, 24-year-old Emma Watson, who was ranked sixth with a fortune of £31.66 million, and eighth-placer Rupert Grint with £27.33 million.

Calvin Harris, 30, took seventh spot with £28.99 million, and the top 10 was completed by singers Leona Lewis with £15.51 million, and Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner, 28, with £13.56 million.

Despite the staggering sums, the British stars' fortunes were dwarfed in the international stakes.

The publication compiled a top five from outside of Britain, with 28-year-old twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen taking the top spot with a huge £182 million fortune.

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Lady Gaga placed second with £132 million, Justin Bieber third with £105 million, Taylor Swift in fourth with £86 million and Miley Cyrus completed this list with a fortune just ahead of One Direction's, £78 million.

Heat magazine's 30 richest British stars under 30:
1. One Direction (£77.52m) 
2. Daniel Radcliffe (£63.56m)
3. Robert Pattinson (£51.41m)
4. Keira Knightley (£39.95m) 
5. Adele (£36.25m) 
6. Emma Watson (£31.65m) 
7. Calvin Harris (£28.99m) 
8. Rupert Grint (£27.33m) 
9. Leona Lewis (£15.50m) 
10. Alex Turner (£13.56m) 
11. Katie Melua (£12.63m)
12. Coleen Rooney (£11.7m) 
13. Joss Stone (£10.02m) 
14. Charlotte Church (£9.67m)
15. Aaron Taylor-Johnson (£9.60m) 
16. Carey Mulligan (£9.41m)
17. Florence Welch (£8.88m) 
18. Nadine Coyle (£8.10m) 
19. Nicola Roberts (£8.01m)
20. Gemma Arterton (£7.98m) 
21. Cara Delevingne (£7.49m) 
22. James Morrison (£7.49m) 
23. JLS (£7.18m) 
24. Jamal Edwards (£7.14m) 
25. Mumford & Sons (£6.98m) 
26. Lily Allen (£6.71m)
27. Jamie Bell (£6.73m) 
28. Paolo Nutini (£6.28m)
29. Duffy (£6.26m)
30. Lily Cole (£6.20m)