Robbie Williams has already made £17 million in 2016

The star earned the bulk of the money on his Let Me Entertain You tour

Robbie Williams has already made £14 million in 2016

Robbie Williams has already paid himself £14 million this year - now he's revealed he's made another £3 million.

The star raked in the money from more than 40 dates worldwide last year and from selling his trendy clothes.

He took £2.7 million in profits in his business Farrell Music Limited and nearly £400,000 from his company Farrell Apparel Limited.

Details of the profits were revealed in a third company RPW Holdings, which itself had more than £305,000 in reserves.

Robbie earned the bulk of the money with his exhaustive Let Me Entertain You tour which took in more than 40 dates around the world including 29 in Europe and 12 in Australia and the South Pacific.

In August it was revealed that Robbie banked £1.6 million singing at the wedding of the daughter of a Russian oligarch.

Oil magnate Rashid Sardarov forked out the fee as part of his daughter's £8 million wedding at the Zofin Palace in the Czech capital, Prague.

In July he closed down his business Teddy Bear Productions taking dividend payments of £14 million in the process.

But the star is not hanging up the microphone and is busy promoting his first new release for three years, Heavy Entertainment Show, which is due out next month.

It means the star's finances are unlikely to dip for the foreseeable future. Williams co-wrote the new album with long-time collaborator Guy Chambers.

Robbie said recently: "We're back in each other's lives and I love him. He's my musical brother."

"We just try to get back into the studio and recreate some magic, and hopefully reconnect with what made us and it successful in the first place."

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