Inside Ant and Dec’s Net Worth – Including Saturday Night Takeaway Salary

Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly have made an impressive fortune after more than three decades on TV. Here’s a closer look at the duo’s impressive net worth as Saturday Night Dish returns to our screens

Ant and Dec on Saturday Night Takeaway
Ant and Dec will be back for Saturday Night Takeaway

Iconic ITV duo Ant and Dec are back on our screens tonight for the 18th series of Saturday Night Takeaway.

Presenting duo Geordie will be joined by Stephen MulhernAndi Peters and Fleur East. Back in popularity ITV shows are all classics, from Ant vs Dec and On Air Dares, Singalong Live and The End Of The Show Show.

It’s been a busy few months for Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnellypeople are also present I’m a celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here, Britain’s Got Talent and Infinite Victory.

The dynamic duo have entertained the nation for three decades since they appeared on Byker Grove in 1990.

Through their incredible careers, they have amassed an incredible amount of money and are locked in an incredible deal with ITV. Here we take a closer look.

Net worth of Ant and Dec

Ant and Dec have been on our TV screens for over 30 years



Ant and Dec signed a lucrative contract with ITV


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Ant and Dec’s net worth is estimated at around £62 million each, however 46-year-old Ant has gone through a costly divorce.

Ant’s former company Teecourt dissolved in October 2020, with a whopping £20 million said to be left in the bank.

He also had to pay a whopping £31 million to ex-wife Lisa Armstrong. The divorce is said to be the largest in the history of a celebrity in the UK.

However, Ant and Dec currently have a deal with ITV that’s worth a lot of money. In 2020 Mirror reported Ant and Dec are negotiating a three-year deal worth around £40 million.

Ant and Dec also hosts Britain’s Got Talent


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According to The Sun, the deal is signed in 2021 for shows like Britain’s Got TalentI Am A Celebrity, Saturday Night Whores and Ant And Dec’s DNA Journey.

Ant and Dec’s contract could be worth £50m if they decide to extend their three-year contract, the publication added.

Their deal means the duo can reportedly earn a total of £3.3million a month from ITV, to host shows like Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Knowledge.

Ant and Dec’s previous deal with ITV ran out in 2019 and is believed to be worth £30m.

Speaking at the time, the couple said: “We are absolutely delighted to be extending our relationship with ITV, continuing to star in three of the shows we love and exploring opportunities beyond. before and after the camera.”

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway will return to ITV on Saturday, February 19



The Sun also reported that Ant and Dec made a whopping £2.1million in the year ending June 30, 2020, which equates to £41,000 a week.

Their huge income is revealed thanks to their two businesses, Mitre Holdings and Hurley Products, respectively named after the Byker Grove pub and Ant’s dog. The businesses that oversee Ant and Dec’s TV empire.

The couple have invested their money wisely in the property and the two are said to have portfolios worth around £10million combined. This despite the loss of £2.5m when a luxury apartment project in the Algarve collapsed.

They are also said to be insured against each other’s deaths, worth around £1m.

Dec is also the sole owner of the production company Deecourt. As of July 2021, his company is said to bring in £2,255 a day.

Saturday Night Takeaway will return to ITV tonight, February 19 at 7pm.

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