According to Companies House, Liam’s company by the name of Hampton Records had recorded assets of £190,149 up until August of 2017. However, its debts amassed to £247,119. That meant that, after the sums had been done and his other incomes had been taken into account, the former X Factor contestant made just £6,632.
Contrast that with his other half and mother to their baby boy, Bear, and her earnings are considerably more. In fact, the former Girls Aloud star’s business made £1,190,463 profit from main company CC Entertainment Ltd. But while she made around 180 times her other half did, the value of said company did drop from £1.4 million to £1.2 million.
Liam, 24, publicly made his intentions known to step away from the spotlight for a bit and he did so during most of 2017, despite releasing three singles – including US Number 1 Strip That Down and the collaboration with Rita Ora on For You.
But with the tens of millions of pounds he’s made from his time with One Direction, let’s not get the violins out just yet.