REALITY star Billie Faiers is pulling in a cool £206,000 a year just from TV work, new documents reveal.
As well as her glistening TV career, the former Towie star runs a number of successful business, including clothing range My Nelly, online shop Minnie’s Boutique and Billie Faiers Enterprises.
My Nelly – named after her five-year-old daughter – includes sweatshirts, jogging bottoms and kids’s clothes.
While the business has yet to file its accounts this year, it has an impressive 53,000 followers on Instagram.
A second firm, which is due to file accounts soon, called Billie Faiers Media, recorded net assets of just under £240,000 in 2018.
Meanwhile, Minnie's Boutique in Brentwood has since been turned into an online business selling clothes and accessories in order to boost sales.
Billie, 30, is no doubt a leading influencer on social media, boasting over 2.2 million followers.
The mum-of-two also has her own clothing collection with In The Style, with new pieces being added on a regular basis.
And, of course, reality television has played an enormous part in her earnings, thanks to ITVbe series The Mummy Diaries and appearances on Towie.
Last year, Billie defended going on five holidays by August, explaining she works non-stop to fund her lavish trips.
Speaking from Marbella, she told The Sun's Fabulous: “Greg and I worked every single day in July and we’re doing the same in September – so we can have this time as a family.”
The reality star also recently purchased a "rundown" £1.4 million mansion with husband Greg Shepherd as they seek to turn it into their new luxury home.
The couple – who married in the Maldives last year and share two children – bought the four-bedroom house in January.
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