Inside Lewis Capaldi's incredible £1.6m mansion after he rakes in £1.4m in ONE year

LEWIS Capaldi raked in a staggering £1.4million last year despite the coronavirus pandemic forcing him to cancel his tour.

The Scottish superstar, who bought a £1.6million luxury pad on the outskirts of Glasgow in September 2020, is now worth a cool £3,381,161.

New documents show his two companies Face Like Thunder and Face Like Thunder Touring have very healthy coffers holding £2,278,069 and £1,102,992, respectively.

While his overall worth is well up, his touring firm did see its net worth drop by £196,033 on the previous year to £1,102,992.

Like nearly every other artist on the planet, he cancelled his 2020 tour due to the pandemic before axing his 2021 dates too to focus on making a new album.

He's now rescheduled live dates for 2022 so fans can finally see him in the flesh.

Part of Lewis's fortune has been invested in a large pad complete with stables and a cottage.

Last December he lodged plans to make alterations to it and in February he was granted permission.

The grounds feature a summer house and large terrace and he has been given the green light to add three more windows to the main house and change the size of a fourth.

Impressive plans for the home show a glass-fronted, open-plan lounge and dining room complete with a wine bottle and two glasses.

They also show a new block with skylights and a zinc roof.

Granting him permission for the new windows, his local council said: "The variation sought is not material and accept the variation to the planning consent".

Last year Capaldi turned a spare room at his parents’ home into a gym.

He bought a £1,895 exercise bike, kettlebells and squat rack after piling on a stone during lockdown.

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