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Rapper Drake tops chart of most expensive celebrity homes to clean at £3,000 a week


RAPPER Drake has topped a chart of the most expensive celebrity homes to clean.

The 33-year-old Toosie Slide singer’s 50,000sq ft Toronto mansion comes in at £160,000 a year — or £3,000 a week.

Beyoncé’s Bel Air pile was second at £98,000.

Prince Harry and wife Meghan came sixth with their 18,000sq ft mansion in Montecito, California, which had a £58,000 bill.

But Ed Sheeran’s Suffolk estate was a modest £27,000 a year in the study.

David and Victoria Beckham’s Miami penthouse - which is just over 10,500 square feet - would cost £34,000-a-year to clean.

And fellow Brit Simon Cowell, whose 9,600 square feet LA mansion, would cost £31k-a-year to keep spotless.

A spokesman for said: “We have looked into how much it would cost celebrities to stay on top of the dust bunnies in a mega mansion.

"“In first place, with the highest amount of money spent on cleaning per annum, is Drake."

Keeping it clean

Chiefs at analysed how much it would cost to employ a team of cleaners to ensure celeb homes were spick and span, and found the following;

  1. Drake - 50,000 square feet Toronto mansion - £161,000
  2. Beyonce, 30,000 square feet home in Bel Air - £98,000
  3. Will Smith, 25,000 square feet mansion in California - £81,000
  4. Oprah Winfrey, 23,000 square feet home in Montecito, California - £74,000
  5. Kylie Jenner, 19,250 square feet in LA - £62,000
  6. Prince Harry - 18,000 square feet in California - £58,000
  7. Elon Musk - 16,250 square feet in Bel Air - £52,000
  8. Kim Kardashian, 16,000 square feet mansion in Beverly Hills - £52,000
  9. Jennifer Lopez - 15,000 square feet in Miami - £48,000
  10. Jeff Bezos - 13,600 square feet in California - £44,000
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