Loose Women rich list – from £15m star with home like 'royal palace' to Stacey Solomon's staggering pay per episode

IT certainly pays to be on Loose Women – as stars of the ITV show can testify.

We told this week how Stacey Solomon raked in £2.5million last year and is earning a staggering £3,000 per episode.

The 2009 X Factor runner-up’s vast earnings came from social media endorsements and her TV presenting work.

A TV source told us she has “immense” earning power after having “carved out a real niche” that's left companies “desperate to work with her”.

But the Loose Women star – currently on maternity leave – is surprisingly not the best off out of her co-stars. 

From brand deals to savvy investments, we explore the Loose Women millionaires and their estimated net worth.


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Penny Lancaster – £15.2m

At the top of the rich list is Penny Lancaster, 51, a former model and wife of rockstar Sir Rod Stewart, with a cool £15.2million fortune.

She's a regular on Loose Women after first appearing in 2014 and popped up on the BBC's Celebrity MasterChef last year.

The mum-of-two, who also volunteers as a special constable with police in London, is known to split her time between two sprawling mansions.

The first is a £4.65million property in Essex that's so luxurious her co-star Denise Welch joked that it was like Hampton Court Palace; the second is a plush pad in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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Frankie Bridge – £9m

The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge has made a fortune since becoming a best-selling authorCredit: Rex

Former S Club Juniors and The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge, who's married to Wayne Bridge, is worth £9million.

She's the highest-earning member of the band thanks to her TV work and becoming a best-selling author with her revealing memoir about mental health.

The mum-of-two, 33, who has appeared on Loose Women since last year, topped up her earnings with stints on I'm a Celebrity, Strictly Come Dancing and The Xtra Factor.

The mum-of-two, 33, lives in a grand Surrey mansion, which she shares with her family and in-laws.

Kaye Adams – £6.8m

Former journalist Kaye Adams, 59, often leads debates in Loose Women and is worth around £6.8million.

She's been on the ITV show in several stints since 1999, but has had a number of other presenting jobs.

They have included appearances on The Wright Stuff, Good Morning Britain, This Morning and Celebrity MasterChef.

The Scottish star, married to tennis star Ian Campbell, also presents a morning show on BBC Radio Scotland during the week.

Coleen Nolan – £4.3m

Former singer Coleen Nolan, 57, earned a sizeable sum performing with her sisters for 20 years until 1994.

Since leaving The Nolans, she has appeared on This Morning, Dancing On Ice and Celebrity Big Brother, and has been a regular on Loose Women since 2000.

Alongside her TV work, the mum-of-three has revealed multiple weight loss workout DVDs and several books including memoirs.

Coleen lived in an £800,000 farmhouse – part of her divorce from Shane Ritchie – that had its own music, studio gym and house a whopping 15 animals.

Ruth Langsford – £4m 

Ruth Langsford has taken a break from Loose Women, and she can certainly afford to. 

Files for Ruth’s personal limited company Hey Ho Ltd suggest last year she earned £2,092,863.

Outside of TV, Ruth and husband Eamonn Holmes have been cashing in on marketing to the over 60s market. 

She has her own label of clothes for “the older woman” which she sells on channel QVC.

Recently she has become the face of £300 circulation booster and foot massager Revitive and an equity release company with Eamonn. 

The couple live together in a six-bed mansion in Weybridge, Surrey. 

Brenda Edwards – £3.8m

While Brenda, 53, is a relative newcomer to Loose Woman after joining in 2019, she has long been in the public eye. 

She shot to fame after coming fourth on series two of The X Factor in 2005 and then landing a lead role in Chicago in the West End. 

Since then she’s had starring roles in We Will Rock You as the Killer Queen, Hairspray and in Sister Act.

But she told how before living in her swish west London pad, she used to struggle to make ends meet as a single mum of two. 

She said: "I did hide everything financial from not just my kids but my family in general, I didn't want them to know that I was struggling." 

Janet Street-Porter – £3.5m

The telly loudmouth, 75, has acquired her wealth through a glittering media career – in front and behind the camera – and savvy property moves. 

As a trained architect, Janet commissioned a friend in 1988 to build her a house in London’s Clerkenwell. 

She moved on from the castle property in 2001 but in 2014 the house sold for £3.5million. 

While her main home is in Norfolk, Janet also has owned properties in Yorkshire and Whitsable, Kent. 

Stacey Solomon – £3.5m

Stacey, 32, started out on reality TV but has a new found career as a lifestyle influencer. 

Her wholesome Instagram account earns the former singer a staggering £12,390 per post. 

Last year she signed a lucrative six-figure deal with fashion label In The Style.

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Thanks to her work, she could splash out on a “forever home” with 2.5 acres of land.

She moved into £1.2million Pickle Cottage last year in Essex. 


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