Robbie Williams, 44, is one of the most renowned pop stars in the world, selling millions of records over his 20-year career.
The singer is a British national treasure, rising to fame in the 90s boy band Take That and going onto become one of the best selling artists of all time.
With decades in the music business and priceless industry knowledge under his belt, Robbie has joined the judging panel for series 15 of The X Factor.
With claims the singer was given a £10 million contract to appear on the show, how much does Robbie Williams have in the bank?
Robbie Williams is the best-selling British solo artist in the UK and the best selling non-Latino artist in the US.
He has sold 19.8 million albums in the UK alone and a whopping 75 million worldwide.
Born in Stoke-on-Trent, Robbie began his career in the early 1990s, part of pop phenomenon, Take That.
Before joining the ban his mother reportedly saw an advert about an audition for the new boy band, with Robbie landing a place in the famous five.
The band produced hits such as Back for Good, Pray, Never Forget, Shine and Kidz, and Robbie was skyrocketed to worldwide fame, eventually leaving the band in 1995 to embark on a solo career.
Over 20 years later and Robbie is reported to be worth a staggering £150 million ($200 million).
Following his split from Take that, Robbie went onto release his debut album, Life Thru a Lens, which sold four million copies and earned him £3 million.
Going onto release his second album, I’ve Been Expecting you, Robbie brought his earnings up to £6,842,000.
By the naughties Robbie was a household name, releasing a total of nine studio albums including his biggest grossing album of all time, Swing When You’re Winning, banking him £5,500,000.
In 2006 Robbie entered the Guinness Book of World Records as his world tour – Williams’ Close Encounters – sold 1.6 million tickets in one day. He was also honoured with seventeenth BRIT Awards and seven ECHO Awards.
Showing off his earnings, Robbie is reported to have sold his home in Compton Bassett in 2013 for £10 million showing just how much cash the star has lying around.
Robbie’s wife, US actress Ayda Field is also starring on the X Factor as a judge, with the couple reportedly banking £10 million for their appearance.
Following the announcement of himself as an X Factor judge, Robbie admitted the “millions” of pounds on offer persuaded him to do the show, despite previously turning the role down.
Not short for cash, last year Robbie and Ayda Field moved into a £17 million home in Kensington that used to belong to film director Michael Winner.
It is also reported that in 2016 Robbie paid himself £16.7 million in profits through his business Farell Music Limited, he also earned £1.6 million for singing at the wedding of an oil magnate’s daughter.
Starring alongside her husband, Ayda has a pretty impressive fortune of her own, worth £26.4 million ($35.5) following her 20-year career in the film and television industry.