Inside Holly Willoughby’s £10million net worth and huge Dancing on Ice salary

Holly Willoughby is one of the nation’s most-loved TV personalities, and regularly appears alongside Phillip Schofield to present This Morning.

This weekend she returns to host the final of Dancing on Ice with Phillip, after an incredibly turbulent series.

But after that she won't be going anywhere, and she'll continue to grace our screens.

Before landing the job as co-host of This Morning in 2009, she has appeared numerous times on our screens.

It may come as no surprise that the 40-year-old has amassed an incredible wealth throughout her successful career.

Here we take a closer look at the mum-of-three’s net worth, and how much she earns from various presenting roles.

Holly Willoughby net worth

Holly Willoughby’s net worth is an estimated £10million, according to Spears Magazine.

She is believed to earn a whopping £730,000 a year for This Morning, which is the same as her best pal Phillip.

In 2017 it emerged that she was being paid £400,000, a third less than the £600,000 her co-star was being paid at the time. She was given a pay rise to put her on the same salary.

Bosses realised that if they were earning the same for Dancing On Ice, they should be earning the same on This Morning.

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Both Holly and Phillip reportedly earn £200,000 for Dancing On Ice.

She started in the role in 2006, co-presenting until 2011 when she was replaced with Christine Lampard. She took over the role again in 2018.

The blonde beauty has had a long and successful career, which is why she’s amassed such an eye-watering fortune.

At 14 she was spotted by talent scouts, and signed with British model agency Storm Management.

Holly started appearing in teenage girls’ magazines, including Just Seventeen, More and Mizz.

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When she was 17 she started modelling for lingerie brands such as Pretty Polly, and could be spotted in advertisements.

She first made her big brake in TV in 2002 when she started presenting children’s programmes such as Xchange and CBBC at the Fame Academy.

The TV star has also featured in a number of adverts over the years, including for Garnier and Marks and Spencer.

She’s also the face of other big brands, including Coke, Dunelm, Oral B and Windows.

Holly reportedly earned a six-figure salary for her stint as an ambassador for Diet Coke.

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Away from TV, Holly has also written a series of UK best-selling children’s books with her sister Kelly.

Holly and her husband Dan Baldwin are also equal owners of their company Roxy Media Ltd.

The last accounts for the company, which were supplied to Companies Houses,show that the couple bagged themselves a whopping £1.5million in 2019 and 2020.

It’s also believed that Holly can charge a fee for speaking at public events, which sees her cash in about £25,000 per time.

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