Made in Chelsea rich list and the net worths of show legends and current cast

The ultimate Made in Chelsea rich list: How rich current and past show icons actually are

I can’t even get my head around having this much money

All the Made in Chelsea cast members are rich rich – but when you list all their net worths out in comparison to one another, you really start to see the sort of silly money we’re dealing with.

Icons of the show from recent seasons to back in the glory days of the show have all made millions, be that from inheriting family money to launching businesses or just making mega bucks from the fame and attention they got from TV.

So, here is the ultimate rich list of Made in Chelsea favourites from the across the years, how much money they are worth and where they made all their cash.

Miles Nazaire – £700k

Miles is thought to be worth around £700k from his TV career as well as modelling and social media work. Outside of Made in Chelsea, Miles works as an influencer, and has his own podcast. He’s the co-host of Playtime Podcast, alongside his best mate Charlie Radnedge, who’s been on MIC and was also on Love Island. Miles also co-founded Playtime Productions, the company behind the podcast.

Harvey Armstrong – £1million

Harvey is the CEO and co-founder of Prime Time Lager, which has been around since 2019. The brand describes itself as an “innovative craft beer brand looking to shake up the traditional market.” Harvey founded the brand alongside former Made in Chelsea co-star, Sam Holmes.

In an interview, Harvey said the brand has made him a millionaire, and he thinks the company will be worth £250million by 2030.

Sam Thompson – £1million

Since appearing on Made in Chelsea, Sam Thompson is now a household reality name. He’s on every panel TV show, guest stars on loads of reality shows and also has a podcast. He’s been on Celebrity Big Brother, Celebs Go Dating and The Celebrity Circle. He now also does Love Island Aftersun alongside Islander, Indiyah Polack.

Olivia Bentley – £1.1million

Liv is also a millionaire, and has appeared on a few other TV shows off the back of her MIC fame. On top of this, she has a career as a nude photographer, and does influencing jobs with brands on Instagram.

Liv is co-founder of JOMO London, which stands for Joy Of Missing Out. It’s a personal self-care brand, with an ethos of empowerment and confidence. She founded the brand alongside make-up artist, Bella Campbell. The brand stocks CBD infused arousal oil.

Tiffany Watson – £1.2million

The Watson sisters come from huge family money, but Tiff has earned loads on her own too. She founded a company called THREESIXFIVE, a luxury vegan handbag brand, and also does a lot of branded work on Instagram.

Binky Felstead – £1.4million

Binky is another of the OG Made in Chelsea cast members who have gone on to become millionaires. According to Spear’s, Binky is worth £1.4million and this is mainly to do with sponsorship deals after the show. She’s modelled for brands and had her own ranges with names such as InTheStyle.

Sam Prince – £1.5million

Sam Prince is a business owner and influencer. One of his businesses is a sustainable brand called Forager Health, which sells functional products such as teas, with targeted health benefits. He also runs a houseplant company with Tristan. From his businesses and influencer work, he’s said to have earned a healthy net worth of £1.5million.

Victoria Baker-Harber – £1.5million

Prior to Made in Chelsea, Victoria worked for luxury brand Elle en Jette as a swimwear designer. She now has a daughter, and continues to live the luxury life, with a net worth of an estimated £1.5million.

Verity Bowditch – £1.9million

Despite not being on the show for that long, Verity is rich rich. She’s made most of her money through her vegan food company, called Clean Kitchen Club. She’s the co-founder of the brand with Mikey Pearce, which has an aim of bringing plant based to the mainstream. The company has sites in Soho, Camden and a third at Battersea Power Station. Verity also teaches pilates.

Mark-Francis Vandelli – £2million

Mark-Francis has an estimated net worth of £2million. He inherited some of his mother’s huge fortune, and owns a French antiques business in Paris which supplies jewellery to Chanel, Tom Ford and others. He was also an editor for Insider and has written features for OK! Magazine, as well as releasing a book called Chic: Being Divinely Stylish In The Modern Age.

Mark-Francis is now obviously a huge name from his TV fame, and has over 350k Instagram followers. From this, he has also become a celebrity ambassador for Christie’s, the mega-swanky British auction house, an Italian clothing brand called Loro Piana and men’s luxury tailoring brand, Cifonelli. 

Emily Blackwell – £2.3million

Emily has been hugely successful since the show. She is a model and influencer, and did once have her own lingerie company, UYC London.

Sophie Habboo – £3.8million

Sophie and Jamie are the it couple of Made in Chelsea, and alone Sophie has a net worth of £3.8million. She co-founded an eco swimwear company, called Gi-swim, with her sisters and has also become an Instagram influencer since appearing on the show, working with brands such as Very, Abbott Lyon watches and Freddy Jeans. She is currently an ambassador for Debenhams and Coast.

Sophie is now a very successful podcast host, with her biggest being NewlyWeds, hosted with Jamie.

Millie Mackintosh – £3.9million

Millie Mackintosh’s great-grandfather invented Quality Street chocolates, so it’s safe to say she’s from money. She has also worked as a model, and had her own eyelashes range and done a number of brand collabs. Millie is also an author, having written a book about lifestyle, fashion and fitness.

Hugo Taylor – £3.9million

Hugo is also on the Made in Chelsea rich list, making his money through his sunglasses company Taylor Morris, which he co-founded in 2013. As well as this, Hugo’s father is a Queen’s Counsel, earning well over £250k a year – which would pay for the luxury house they have in Dubai. Hugo’s mother works for the auction house Christie’s.

Louise Thompson – £4million

Since her Made in Chelsea days, Louise has made herself into her own brand. She makes loads of money through fitness and influencing, including her two businesses, Pocket Sport and Trtle. Pocket Sport was launched in 2018 and sells premium activewear, whilst Trtle is a health and fitness subscription service.

Sophie Hermann – £4.5million

Sophie is one of Made in Chelsea’s most well known heirs, with mega rich and influential family members. She is the heir to Mustang jeans – her grandmother, Luise Hermann, is the founder of the company. Her father, Dieter Hermann, is a successful business consultant and Sophie’s step mum is German actress Uschi Glas.

However, Sophie has earned a lot of her money herself. She is a fashion designer, model and social media influencer. She also appeared on Celebs Go Dating.

Oliver Proudlock – £5million

Proudlock is the founder of Serge DeNimes, a fashion brand which sells designer clothing and jewellery. He is also behind QV Wine, which stands for Quatre Vin, and was launched with his wife Emma Louise Connolly and two of their friends. It sells organic wines from Provence. He’s also done a number of collabs, including a shoe range with Oliver Sweeney which was stocked in Harvey Nichols. All this has helped him build a net worth of £5million.

James Taylor – £6million

James Taylor is among the richest in the Made in Chelsea rich list, having made an estimated £6million across his career, mainly from business ventures and working as a model. He is currently set to take over his family business, which is linked to sales engineering.

Jamie Laing – £7.5million

Surprise, Jamie is mega rich too! Jamie founded confectionery company Candy Kittens in 2012, and the vegan sweets are now stocked in Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, ASDA, Selfridges and Harrods to name a few. Jamie has also appeared on Celebrity Hunted, Strictly Come Dancing and also landed a presenting role on the BBC Three show, I Like the Way You Move.

As well as all this, he’s a big name in the podcast world, with shows alongside his wife Habbs and costar Alex Mytton.

Ollie Locke-Locke – £7.8million

Since becoming one of our fav Chelsea names, Ollie hasn’t left our TV screens. He’s also become an author, starred in a movie and launched his own dating app. In 2017 he founded app Chappy, and sold it for £1million the same year. Right now he’s just welcomed twins with Gareth, and they’re showing off their wholesome life on YouTube.

Francis Boulle – £10million

Francis Boulle is making serious bank after MIC. He is a diamond heir and now web entrepreneur, running six businesses. He has invested in several technology and internet startups and has a best-selling book, Boulle’s Jewels: The Business of Life.

Spencer Matthews – £47million

Topping the Made in Chelsea rich list is Spencer, who is the richest person to ever come from Made in Chelsea. He has an almost incomprehensible net worth of £47million. His cash comes from his multiple business ventures, including multiple property investments and his no-alcohol spirits brand, CleanCo. The brand is stocked in Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Dunnes Stores and can be bought from its own website too.

Spencer is also a podcaster, and recently made a documentary with Disney+ about finding his brother Michael’s body on Everest, called Finding Michael.

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