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Reality star Billie Faiers is set to appear on next year's Dancing On Ice.

The blonde bombshell broke the news on her Instagram account, writing: "I am so excited to announce that I will be taking part in Dancing On Ice.

"I still can't believe I am actually doing it! I am so nervous but so excited… This will honestly be one of my biggest challenges yet!"

No doubt the mum of two would have secured a hefty fee to appear on the hit ITV show, however it is not as though the star is in need of the cash.

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Billie's career has gone from strength to strength since she first appeared on The Only Way Is Essex in 2010. Let's take a look at how much the star earns and what her net worth is….

The Mummy Diaries

Billie and her sister Sam's ITVBe series documents their lives as mothers – Sam has two children; Paul and Rosie, while Billie is mum to daughter Nelly and son Arthur.

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Sam reportedly signed a six-figure deal after series three for the next three series', meaning sister Billie most likely earned the same amount.

Following the success of four seasons of the show, the sisters filmed in March 2019 for the fifth instalment of the popular reality TV show, as well as a one-off special featuring Billie’s lavish £229k Maldivian wedding.

Fashion lines

Following on from the success of their store in Essex, Minnie’s Boutique, Billie has a collaboration with InTheStyle and frequently models her designs with the brand on Instagram.


Billie and sister Sam have also previously collaborated with luxury children’s brand My First Years.

Billie has also brought out a fashion line with popular brand In The Style. Speaking of the designs, Billie said: “My favourite piece from the collection is the knitted midi dress – it comes in dusty blue, pink and cream and is so easy to wear.

“I can dress it up with a pair of heels or keep it casual by teaming it with ankle boots during the day. It’s super cosy but still looks chic and pulled together."

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Billie also has a whopping 2.2 million Instagram followers and the former TOWIE star endorses products on her platform.

She has had lots of paid collaborations with clothing lines, beauty labels and brands aimed at mums, including My 1st Years, a collaboration she did with her sister Sam.

TOWIE

The TOWIE newbies are rumoured to make around £100 each day, but some of the show’s most popular stars rake in a little more.

Most of them go on to endorse products on social media, which can earn them a fortune when it comes to big brands.

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In 2016 – after 6 years on the show and 18 series – Billie waved farewell to the programme that made her famous. She announced her departure during a circus themed party.

Net worth

All of this has helped Billie rack up a whopping net worth of £3 million, according to website Celebrity Net Worth.

However, we are sure her stock is only set to climb after she appears on Dancing On Ice!

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Salaries for those who take part in the show are reported to be between £20,000 and £100,000, and with Billie's following she is likely to be on the higher end of that spectrum.

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