Sam and Billie Faiers' income rockets by £500,000 in the pandemic as profits rise at their TV companies
FORMER TOWIE stars Sam and Billie Faiers have seen their TV companies boosted by almost £500,000 new figures reveal.
Accounts for Sam’s business show its value rose by £300,000 last year and Billie’s went up by £190,000.
They both have TV and broadcasting companies who’ve just posted the financial details, which channel income from their show The Mummy Diaries for ITV, chronicling their life as parents.
Sam’s company SEF Enterprises Limited saw its value go up from £459,000 to £762,000 in the 12 months to the end of May last year.
Billie’s firm Billie Faiers Enterprises Limited saw its assets go up from £185,000 to £375,500 in the 12 months to the end of August last year.
But she will also get a £400,000 windfall from another company Billie Faiers Media which is being closed down.
She has opted to dissolve the company and paperwork published in March shows as sole shareholder she will get the payout when the business shuts.
Sam and Billie's The Mummy Diaries reality show has been on air since 2016, helping the sisters, both aged 30 make a name for themselves after first appearing in The Only Way is Essex.
Billie, 31, is married to businessman Greg Shepherd and the pair share six-year-old Nelly, and four-year-old Arthur.
Meanwhile, 30-year-old Sam shares five-year-old Paul, and three-year-old Rosie with partner Paul Knightley.
Earlier this year, Billie signed up for Dancing On Ice, but was forced out of the competition prematurely after suffering concussion.
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