Liam Payne says he’s worth £500 million but admits he can't pick up post and doesn't know how to get car insurance

LIAM Payne has revealed that despite being worth half a billion pounds, he still has no clue how to do basic everyday tasks.

The 27-year-old admitted he feels “like a child” as he is unable to sort his own car insurance or even pick up his post. 

Speaking on the  the Diary Of A CEO podcast, he said he realised money can’t buy happiness and he is working on making himself a better person.

He explained: “I was a director of a half-a-billion pound industry at 22.

“But if I am trying to pay car insurance I am useless. Picking up my post? I am the worst person in the world. You are deluded in your growth.”

The former One Direction star added: “I still feel like a child in so many ways.

“There is no link between money and happiness. It is a myth. Money is the ability to relax on certain things.”

His comments come as he laid bare his insecurities in an emotional  interview after splitting  from US model  Maya Henry

Liam, who was engaged to Maya — his girlfriend of ten months —  said: “I’m more disappointed in myself that I keep on hurting people.

“That annoys me. I’ve just not been very good at relationships.


“I  need to work on myself before I put myself on to somebody else.

“That’s what happened with my last relationship. I just wasn’t giving a very good version of me any more. I feel better out of it.

“I didn’t feel good doing what I did but it had to happen.

“Just a corny way to say it was the best for the both of us. I hope she’s happy.”

Liam, whose exes include Cheryl and Naomi Campbell, was first pictured with Maya in 2019 and popped the question last August.

But his relationship isn’t the only thing to have crumbled in recent months. He suffered from alcohol addiction while in 1D and said he became reliant on it again in lockdown, which led to him putting on weight.

The Strip That Down singer, who previously showed off a ripped physique in a near-naked 2019 campaign for Hugo Boss, explained: “I did worry up until the last few months. I think a lot of people had this same sort of thing, alcohol. It was getting earlier and earlier and easier and easier to go to.

“What I’ve found more than anything with the alcohol is boundaries. If you’re on Zoom you can probably get away with being a bit tipsy, when you’re not supposed to be.

“I put on so much weight, I was eating badly and describing it as a bulking period — ‘I’m doing it for a movie role! It’s all good!’ That’s the best excuse if anyone asks if you’ve put on weight. Say it’s for a role, coming out 2022.

“I put a lot of weight on. What got me, I did one performance on TV with the Baftas and I was disappointed with myself. I didn’t look how I wanted to look.

“In your own self you know how you feel about it. Obviously they say the camera adds ten pounds and it definitely did. I realised I’ve let myself go in this.”

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