Ant and Dec make £23,000 each a day
Ant and Dec reportedly earned £23,000 each a day last year, which works out at a whopping £8.4 million between them in just one year
Ant & Dec make £23,000 each a day.
The presenting duo - whose full names are Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly - reportedly took home a whopping £8.4 million between them last year, which works out at £23,000 each a day, after continuing to host the hit ITV shows 'Britain's Got Talent', 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!' and 'Saturday Night Takeaway'.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Its little surprise they are raking it in given they are fronting three of the biggest and most popular shows on TV, with huge ratings to boot.
"For the big cheeses at the top of ITV, they are worth every penny."
The pair - who first began working together when they starred alongside one another as PJ and Duncan on the BBC drama 'Byker Grove' - are also said to own £10 million worth of property between them and reportedly made another £15 million by selling the rights to 'Saturday Night Takeaway' to the US network NBC.
The latest figures come after the private firm Hurley Promotions - who, along with Teecourt and Deecourt, Ant & Dec manage their earnings through - filed their accounts.
Hurley - which is owned by the presenters - was incorporated in October 2013 and posted a profit of £1.97 million during its first trading period.
Meanwhile, Ant's Teecourt and Dec's Deecourt posted identical profits of £3.2 million last year.