Gemma Collins ‘raked in £5,000 a week in lockdown’ despite working less

Gemma Collins ‘raked in £5,000 a week in lockdown’ despite working less

10/31/2020

Gemma Collins is said to have had her most successful year to date as she's raked in a staggering £5,000-a-week during lockdown.

The 39-year-old The Only Way Is Essex and Diva Forever star has also been able to pay herself a dividend of £98,000, according to reports.

It's been claimed by The Sun that the reality star has earned more money in 2020 than her on-off boyfriend James Argent for the first time.

Gemma has managed to rake in thousands despite having less work on during the coronavirus lockdown.

She's been promoting her clothing line and she filmed her reality show Diva in Lockdown.

Even though some of her work dried up, the blonde bombshell has had the most successful year to date, according to her latest company accounts.

Her firm Gemma Collins Ltd is now worth over £253,000 and she's got £226,585 of cash in the bank, The Sun reports.

It means Gemma is one of our most successful reality TV stars despite much of those earnings coming during lockdown due to Covid-19.

She also managed to pay herself a whopping dividend of £98,000 after such a big hitting year.

The GC made headlines recently after she reunited with her ex James Argent for a dinner on Thursday.

She reportedly arrived at the restaurant with her nephews, before they joined Arg, 32, who had been waiting at a table, according to Mirror Online.

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A source told the publication: "Gemma was with her nephews and they entered the restaurant together, while Arg was already there and they went to join him at the table.

"At first she sat next to Arg but they later swapped and sat opposite each other with her nephew between them."

The source added: "Arg was laughing and chatting with Gemma and her family."

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