How much is Tess Daly worth?

Net Worth:$3.7 Million
Profession:Professional Model
Date of Birth:April 27, 1969
Country:England
Height:
1.75 m

Who Is Tess Daly

Helen Elizabeth “Tess” Daly was born in England on the 29th of March, 1969 and is a model, novelist and TV presenter. The British model and TV presenter is best known for presenting the dancing show Strictly Come Dancing since 2004.

Tess Daly’s current net worth is around £3 million (about $3.7 million) as of 2020. Her estimated annual earnings of over £1 million ($1.2 million)

How did Tess Daly get rich?

As a model, Tess became the face of lingerie company La Senza in the UK. She was also featured in their Steal the Show Christmas 2009 campaign.

Daly has posed on the cover page of many magazines, including Women’s Health, Good Housekeeping, and At Home.

In November 2016, Tess closed a £2 million business, Sugarstep Productions. According to Mail, her net worth increased to £2.185 million at the time. BBC confirmed in July that 85 of its regular presenters will become staff members. BBC will pay them directly. Under the government’s new Royal Charter, any staff of BBC whose annual salary is more than £150,000 will have to disclose their salaries publicly. This rule will include Daly, whose annual salary with Strictly is around £250,000 a year alone.

Tess is married to fellow British TV personality Vernon Kay ever since 2002. In 2017, they celebrated their 15 years anniversary. They have two children together.

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