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Holly Willoughby earned an impressive £2m last year, thanks to her This Morning and Dancing On Ice hosting gigs, as well as various other endeavours.

The presenter, 39, owns an 80 percent share in a company she runs with her producer husband Dan Baldwin – Roxy Media Ltd.

Records for the firm show her 2019 earnings – with £1.5 million in the bank after shelling out £407,850 in Corporation Tax, according to The Sun.

Something to smile about? Holly Willoughby earned an impressive £2m last year, thanks to her This Morning and Dancing On Ice hosting gigs, as well as various other endeavours

Something to smile about? Holly Willoughby earned an impressive £2m last year, thanks to her This Morning and Dancing On Ice hosting gigs, as well as various other endeavours

Something to smile about? Holly Willoughby earned an impressive £2m last year, thanks to her This Morning and Dancing On Ice hosting gigs, as well as various other endeavours

The publication reports that Holly’s ITV presenting gigs earn her around £600,0000-a-year.

This is despite the fact she only works four days a a week and gets all school holidays off, for This Morning, and only hosts Dancing On Ice one night a week for a couple of months in the year. 

On top of this, Holly charges £25,000 for speaking engagements.

She also has ad deals with household retailer Dunelm, as well as the likes of M&S and Garnier. 

Big bucks: Holly's ITV presenting gigs earn her around £600,0000-a-year. This is despite the fact she only works four days a a week and gets all school holidays off [pictured with This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield]

Big bucks: Holly's ITV presenting gigs earn her around £600,0000-a-year. This is despite the fact she only works four days a a week and gets all school holidays off [pictured with This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield]

Big bucks: Holly’s ITV presenting gigs earn her around £600,0000-a-year. This is despite the fact she only works four days a a week and gets all school holidays off [pictured with This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield]

Partnership: The presenter, 39, owns an 80 percent share in a company she runs with her producer husband Dan Baldwin - Roxy Media Ltd [pictured together earlier this month]

Partnership: The presenter, 39, owns an 80 percent share in a company she runs with her producer husband Dan Baldwin - Roxy Media Ltd [pictured together earlier this month]

Partnership: The presenter, 39, owns an 80 percent share in a company she runs with her producer husband Dan Baldwin – Roxy Media Ltd [pictured together earlier this month]

Regarding the latter, Holly joked she would be ‘out of a job if I wasn’t blonde’ as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday.

The presenter light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would ‘be out of a job’.

It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a coronavirus scare with two of her ‘very poorly’ children. 

In the money: On top of this, Holly charges £25,000 for speaking engagements. She also has ad deals with household retailer Dunelm, as well as the likes of M&S and Garnier

In the money: On top of this, Holly charges £25,000 for speaking engagements. She also has ad deals with household retailer Dunelm, as well as the likes of M&S and Garnier

In the money: On top of this, Holly charges £25,000 for speaking engagements. She also has ad deals with household retailer Dunelm, as well as the likes of M&S and Garnier

Makeover: Holly joked she would be 'out of a job if I wasn't blonde' as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday

Makeover: Holly joked she would be 'out of a job if I wasn't blonde' as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday

Makeover: Holly joked she would be ‘out of a job if I wasn’t blonde’ as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday

During the Instagram Live, Holly said as she prepared her hair-dye: ‘I’m not an expert but you don’t have to be. That’s the point of home colouring.

‘Had it not been for lockdown I’m not sure we would have done this on camera.

‘But now people know that we do actually do it at home.’

Davina showed her greying roots on camera and later spoke about her hair colour over the years.

Touch-up: The presenter, 39, who is a brand ambassador for Garnier, light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would 'be out of a job'

Touch-up: The presenter, 39, who is a brand ambassador for Garnier, light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would 'be out of a job'

Touch-up: The presenter, 39, who is a brand ambassador for Garnier, light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would ‘be out of a job’

Return: It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a coronavirus scare with two of her 'very poorly' children

Return: It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a coronavirus scare with two of her 'very poorly' children

Return: It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a coronavirus scare with two of her ‘very poorly’ children

She said: ‘When I went from blonde to brunette I felt a bit invisible but now I wouldn’t go back.’

To which Holly joked: ‘Good job you’re brunette and I am then blonde then. I would be out of a job if I wasn’t blonde.’

The This Morning star said she touches up her roots every three weeks to prevent any unwanted grey hairs. 

Having a laugh: Holly joked: 'Good job you're brunette and I am then blonde then. I would be out of a job if I wasn't blonde'

Having a laugh: Holly joked: 'Good job you're brunette and I am then blonde then. I would be out of a job if I wasn't blonde'

Having a laugh: Holly joked: ‘Good job you’re brunette and I am then blonde then. I would be out of a job if I wasn’t blonde’

Cute: Holly's cat Bluebell made a surprise cameo during the Instagram live

Cute: Holly's cat Bluebell made a surprise cameo during the Instagram live

Cute: Holly’s cat Bluebell made a surprise cameo during the Instagram live 

The live tutorial comes after Holly made her return to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off after a coronavirus scare with her children.

The presenter was back on screens for the ITV show with Phillip Schofield, but failed to mention her absence at the end of last week.

Over the weekend Holly posted an Instagram message, explaining that she took time off from the show because two of her children were displaying COVID-19 symptoms. 

The TV personality was replaced by Davina and Alison Hammond on Wednesday and Thursday as she awaited test results – which turned out to be negative.

On Monday’s show, Holly opened the show with her usual banter with Phil, as they counted down to Christmas. 

‘A month until Christmas eve that’s not far away is it?,’ Holly said before pointing out that 24 is a big day for her as ‘that’s the day my pet psychic said I’d have areally important day in work! That’s tomorrow!’

Taking to her Instagram Stories on Saturday, the star – who has daughter Belle, nine, and sons Harry, 11, and Chester, six, with husband Dan Baldwin – thanked fans for their concern, as she assured that she would be back to hosting on Monday. 

She's back: On Monday's show, Holly opened the show with her usual banter with Phillip Schofield, as they counted down to Christmas but there was no mention of her absence

She's back: On Monday's show, Holly opened the show with her usual banter with Phillip Schofield, as they counted down to Christmas but there was no mention of her absence

She’s back: On Monday’s show, Holly opened the show with her usual banter with Phillip Schofield, as they counted down to Christmas but there was no mention of her absence

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