NADINE Coyle will share in an estimated €1.45m windfall after the company behind Girls Aloud was put into voluntary liquidation.
The move will give the new mother a €290,000, more than enough to keep her daughter in nappies for some time.
The band, which also included Cheryl Cole, Sarah Harding, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts, split up last year.
Alan McEvoy's Limerick firm Livewire Business Management has been employed to help with the wind-up of the group's Tapeview Ltd.
All band members resigned as directors of the company last month.
Documents lodged with Companies House in the UK show Tapeview Ltd will have an estimated surplus of around £1.209m (€1.45m) after all its debts are paid.
Coyle will get a fifth – around £241,000 (€290,000) – of that.