THIS Morning host Holly Willoughby has out-earned her ITV colleague
Phillip Schofield for the first time after a bumper year.
According to new figures published by the popular telly presenter’s company she made around £1,373,694 in the year up to February 2021.
Meanwhile her long-time co-host Phillip, 57, made around £789,542 in the same period, according to financial experts.
The new figures were published as part of Holly’s Roxy Media company, which revealed it paid a tax bill of £261,002.
Phillips firm Fistral Productions made the lesser amount of £150,013 in corporation tax.
They both pay a 19 per cent rate of tax, which reveals their overall earnings.
The Oldham-born star is still sitting on cash reserves of an eye-watering £2.5million, however, while Holly has around £1.5million in the bank.
Her earnings for the three years before costs and expenses were deducted were around the £5million figure – or £32,000-a-week.
She earns around £600,0000-a-year fronting ITV shows like This Morning
and Dancing on Ice.
Holly also has ad deals with Dunelm and high street giant M&S and she charges a whopping £25,000 for speaking engagements, plus has lucrative deals for ads on social media.
And she has also just launched her own lifestyle brand called Wylde Moon.
The online store began taking orders in October and it was launched to
coincide with the new moon.
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