Kian Egan, a member of pop group Westlife, is said to be the richest member of the group and lives in a beautiful mansion.
The five-piece Irish band are currently performing to packed audiences on their Wild Dreams Tour, reports mirror.co.uk.
The 42-year-old is said to have a mind-boggling 2 29 $54,185 (£19 million) net worth, according to Celebrity Net Worth – and his lavish pad is a sight to behold, reports mirror.co.uk.
According to Indian rupees, his net worth is said to be higher Rs 182 billion.
The singer lives in Sligo, Ireland, with his wife, former Hollyoaks star Jodi Albert, and their three boys, Koa, Zeke and Cobi. Nestled on the edge of the ocean, the stunning property offers magnificent sea views and easy access to the beach, reports mirror.co.uk.
The family are said to enjoy swimming in the sea and surfing with Jodi’s Instagram page full of photos of her boys with their surfboards.
The plush cushion features a grand entrance and would be set up for entertainment with a piano where guests can gather to sing their hearts out.
Speaking about his reason for settling in Sligo, Kian told the Irish Independent: ‘I guess over the years we got married and started having children and talked about the idea of it. where they would congregate and what kind of lifestyle we wanted them to have. having it felt like no matter where in the world we went, Strandhill was the place for us.
“As I got older and had kids, I really wanted to be part of a community and I wanted my kids to feel like they were part of a community because I traveled so much as a kid that many finding this place where you belong was a strange thing for me”.
Before rising to fame with Westlife, Kian was in a rock band called Skrod, reports mirror.co.uk.
However, when he met Shane Filan, Mark Feehily and Nicky Byrne, the singer achieved star status after their debut single topped the charts in 1999.
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