The Wealthiest Reality TV Couples in the UK: A Revealing Look at The Financial Status of Molly Mae Hague and Tommy Fury, Sam Thompson and Zara McDermott, and More – Prepare to be Surprised by Who Tops the List

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From Love Island to Made In Chelsea, the UK has seen many a name made on reality TV programmes. 

Some stars enter the world of TV and showbiz already with money to their name, but for others it gives them the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to build up a brand and launch into other opportunities. 

From Molly Mae Hague and Tommy Fury to Rochelle and Marvin Humes, some celebrities have boosted their worth even further by becoming beloved for their relationship with their other half. 

And after Sam Thompson won this year’s I’m A Celebrity, he and girlfriend Zara McDermott are set to compete with some of reality TV‘s most famous names. 

But some couples who make the reality rich list may come as a surprise. 

Here MailOnline takes a deep dive to find out who is the UK’s richest reality TV couple – as well as other wealthy pairings who could be set to give them a run for their money.  

MailOnline takes a deep dive to find out who is the UK's richest reality TV couple - as well as other wealthy pairings who could be set to give them a run for their money

MailOnline takes a deep dive to find out who is the UK’s richest reality TV couple – as well as other wealthy pairings who could be set to give them a run for their money

Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page – £1million 

Tasha Ghouri, 25, and Andrew Le Page, 28, came fourth place on the summer 2022 series

Tasha Ghouri, 25, and Andrew Le Page, 28, came fourth place on the summer 2022 series

Ex Love Island stars make up a significant number of couples on the rich list, due to the dating show’s propensity to propel them into the limelight and secure brand deals aplenty. 

And first on the list are Tasha Ghouri, 25, and Andrew Le Page, 28, who came in fourth place on the summer 2022 series. 

Tasha and Andrew have done well to stay in the spotlight, most notably through their TikTok accounts where they document their home life together and make hilarious and relatable content. 

The two prove that sticking together after the show is a the way to make it on the outside world financially and have even adopted a puppy called Luna.  

Tasha has 1.4 million Instagram followers and became eBay’s first ever pre-loved ambassador after her time on the island and has also claimed deals with brands such as Mungler. 

Zara McDermott and Sam Thompson – £1.3million 

After Sam Thompson won I'm A Celebrity, MailOnline takes a look at the UK's richest reality TV couples

After Sam Thompson won I’m A Celebrity, MailOnline takes a look at the UK’s richest reality TV couples

Ex Love Islander Zara, 27, and Made In Chelsea star Sam, 31, have been an item since 2018 – aside from one very notorious split. 

Although they have been a couple in the spotlight for many years and have churned out social media content together, they are now set to rake in more money following Sam’s I’m A Celebrity win and Zara’s support for him back home.  

Zara, who has moved into TV presenting since her time on Love Island, has also made headlines of late for her appearance on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing. 

Meanwhile Sam is set to receive a cash boost after being crowned King Of The Jungle – and is even said to be lined up for a job at ITV’s This Morning 

Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti – £2.6million

Ekin-Su, 29, and Davide, 28, were the love story of summer 2022's Love Island

Ekin-Su, 29, and Davide, 28, were the love story of summer 2022’s Love Island

Ekin-Su, 29, and Davide, 28, were the love story of summer 2022’s Love Island, winning over the hearts of the nation with their haters to lovers story arc. 

Despite a brief split this summer, the two seemingly reunited after less than a month apart. 

Ekin is said to have raked in half a million alone from brand deals with the likes of OhPolly and BCosmetics since leaving the villa, while their joint travel show – Ekin Su & Davide: Homecomings – has also added to their joint cash pot. 

Ekin also appeared on Dancing On Ice in 2023 and is set to feature in the upcoming series of The Traitors US.  

Olivia and Alex Bowen – £4.5million

Olivia and Alex Bowen become the first ever Love Island couple to get married in 2018

Olivia and Alex Bowen become the first ever Love Island couple to get married in 2018

Olivia and Alex Bowen become the first ever Love Island couple to get married in 2018 after appearing on the second season of the show two years earlier. 

Olivia, 29, and Alex, 32, share a son, Abel and are now building their dream home in Essex.  

The couple has featured in reality shows, while raking in money from various sponsorships and brand deals from their personal Instagram accounts and that of their home – @thebowenhome. 

Dianne Buswell and Joe Sugg – £7.2million 

Dianne and Joe met on Strictly in 2018 when they were partnered together, going on to claim second place

Dianne and Joe met on Strictly in 2018 when they were partnered together, going on to claim second place

Dianne and Joe met on Strictly in 2018 when they were partnered together, going on to claim second place after Kevin Clifton and Stacey Dooley. 

They only confirmed their romance after the show ended – but are still together five years later and share a £3.5million home in Sussex. 

Strictly professional dancer Dianne, 34, has several years success on the BBC dancing show under her belt – including reaching the final this year with EastEnders’ Bobby Brazier.  

Meanwhile YouTuber Joe, 32, has over seven million subscribers, gaining money through ad revenue, a TV show with his former roommate Caspar Lee and even releasing a graphic novel called Username Evie. 

Dianne has become a regular guest on his channel, featuring in his signature prank videos and vlogs. 

Molly Mae-Hague and Tommy Fury – £9million

Molly Mae and Tommy, both 24, are the most financially well-off couple to come out of Love Island

Molly Mae and Tommy, both 24, are the most financially well-off couple to come out of Love Island

Molly-Mae and Tommy, both 24, are the most financially well-off couple to come out of Love Island – and have become synonymous with the success of the ITV dating show. 

The now-engaged couple welcomed baby Bambi at the start of the year and have recently put on a united front despite rumours swirling after Tommy’s recent trip to Dubai, where he was seen partying the night away. 

Molly’s fake tan business Filter, her former six-figure position as creative director of PrettyLittleThing and numerous brand deals have cemented her success after her time on Love Island series five in 2019. 

Meanwhile Tommy’s career as a boxer has seen him win whopping sums – including a £3.7million fight against Jake Paul and just under £5million for his boxing battle against KSI. 

Rochelle and Marvin Humes – £9.4million

Former The Saturdays singer Rochelle, 34, and JLS's Marvin, 38, are thought to be worth £9.4million

Former The Saturdays singer Rochelle, 34, and JLS’s Marvin, 38, are thought to be worth £9.4million

Rochelle and Marvin are the first musical couple to make the reality rich list – as both have moved into various TV presenting ventures since their bands’ respective heydays.  

Former The Saturdays singer Rochelle, 34, and JLS’s Marvin, 38, married at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire in 2012 and share kids Alaia-Mai, ten, Valentina, six, and Blake, three. 

Marvin appeared on this year’s I’m A Celeb and still tours with his boyband years after first competing on the X Factor in 2008. 

Rochelle now helps to front ITV’s This Morning and the couple have even presented together in the past. 

Sophie Habboo and Jamie Laing – £10.1million

Sophie and Jamie's combined business and TV ventures earn them second place on the list

Sophie and Jamie’s combined business and TV ventures earn them second place on the list

Jamie, 35, and Sophie, 30, wed this year in two stunning ceremonies – one in London and one in Seville – after first meeting on E4’s Made In Chelsea. 

Jamie himself has raked in the millions from his confectionery company Candy Kittens, which specialises in vegan and vegetarian sweets. 

Jamie’s great-grandfather Sir Alexander Grant, invented the digestive biscuit in 1892. However, despite rumours to the contrary, he has denied he is the heir to McVities.  

When Jamie and Sophie became engaged in December 2021, they launched a joint podcast called NearlyWeds, which they have since rebranded as NewlyWeds and will tour the UK next year.

Their combined business and TV ventures earn them second place on the list – as the couple are thought to be worth over £10million. 

Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews – £14.5million

In first place on the list is another Made In Chelsea star - in the form of Jamie's best pal Spencer Matthews and his wife Vogue Williams

In first place on the list is another Made In Chelsea star – in the form of Jamie’s best pal Spencer Matthews and his wife Vogue Williams

Taking first place is another Made In Chelsea star – in the form of Jamie’s best pal Spencer Matthews and his wife Vogue Williams.  

Reality star Vogue used to be married to Westlife’s Brian McFadden until their split in 2015 and is now wed to former Made In Chelsea bad boy Spencer. 

The couple appeared together on The Jump and married in 2018. 

They have gone from strength to strength, with three children: Theo, five, Gigi, three and Otto, 20 months, and hosting their own podcast, which will tour the UK next year. 

They share a whopping £14.5million fortune, meaning they top the list of the UK’s richest reality TV stars. 

They have also recently put their West London home up for sale for £6million.  

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