Vogue Williams’ media company makes over a million euros in profit for 2021

Cumulative profits for Vogue Williams’ media company crossed the €1 million mark last year for the first time after another bumper year for the Dubliner.

New accounts for TV presenter and model Howth Media Ltd show the business’ cumulative profits rose by £220,837 for the 12 months to the end of last July.

Cumulative profits rose from £629,120 to £849,957 (€1.007m) according to accounts filed with Companies House in the UK.

Accounts show that over the same period the company’s cash increased by £252,354 from £642,993 to £895,347 (€1.06m).

The profit increase of £220,837 last year followed a profit increase of £287,842 in the previous 12 months and a profit of £201,686 in 2019.

The Dubliner’s media career blossomed in the year under review with the 36-year-old presenting her first primetime entertainment show The Big Deal on Virgin Media.

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Vogue Williams and Joanne McNally, hosts of My Therapist Ghosted Me

Vogue Williams and Joanne McNally, hosts of My Therapist Ghosted Me

The model also hosts two hit podcasts – one with her husband, Spencer, called ‘Spencer and Vogue’ and ‘My Therapist Ghosted Me with comedian, Joanne McNally’.

Vogue also has its own tanning brand, Bare.

The businesswoman and presenter lives in Chelsea, London with Spencer and earlier this month gave birth to their third child, a son.

The couple already have two toddlers, Theodore and Gigi, who were born the last week of July 2020.

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Vogue Williams and Matthew Spencer at Gigi's christening


Vogue Williams and Matthew Spencer at Gigi’s christening

Vogue Williams and Matthew Spencer at Gigi’s christening

In an interview this week, Vogue talked about taking a break from her many projects.

She told OK magazine: “I’ll definitely take a break, but a lot of my work is done from home, so I’m happy to continue with those. I’ll just see how I feel.”

The company’s skyrocketing profits over the past two years have seen the couple spend £950,000 on a new Howth ‘getaway’ for the family.

Ms Williams registered her company in the UK where her profile has skyrocketed in recent years thanks to her television work.

Accounts filed with Companies House in the UK were signed by Vogue Williams today, April 28, and the accounts do not disclose income as it is a ‘micro’ business.

Today Ms Williams is able to leverage the likes of her large Instagram account which has grown by more than 100,000 over the past year to 966,000 followers today with well-known brands for sponsorship deals. lucrative sponsorship.

Her husband, Spencer Matthews, rose to prominence through reality TV show Made in Chelsea and the celebrity couple have already filmed two reality TV series together on E4.

Vogue’s media career began in 2010 when she was an Irish reality TV star on RTE’s Fade Street.

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Cathy W. Howerton