Vogue Williams’ media firm, Howth Media Ltd, has reported post-tax profits of €554,525 for the last financial year, more than double the previous year’s figure of €220,837. The company’s success can be attributed in part to Williams’ live comedy show, “My Therapist Ghosted Me!”, which she co-hosts with Joanne McNally. The show has been a sell-out success in Ireland and the UK, with four consecutive shows scheduled at Dublin’s 3Arena later this year. Williams and McNally also host a podcast of the same name, which boasts a monthly listenership of 2.5 to 3 million.
The profitability of Williams’ media ventures has translated into accumulated profits for Howth Media Ltd, surpassing the €1.5 million mark last year. The post-tax profits of €554,525 contributed to accumulated profits rising from €849,957 in July 2021 to €1.53 million in July 2022. Cash funds at the company also increased from €895,347 to €1.26 million during the same period. Furthermore, the amount owed to the company by debtors rose significantly from €71,237 to €513,157.
These figures represent a substantial increase compared to previous years, with a profit increase of €287,842 in 2020 and post-tax profits of €201,686 in 2019. In addition to “My Therapist Ghosted Me!”, Williams hosts another successful podcast with her husband, Spencer, titled “Spencer and Vogue”. The couple, who reside in Chelsea, London, have three young children together.
Williams has registered her company in the UK, where her profile has risen significantly in recent years through her television work. The accounts filed with Companies House in the UK were signed off by Vogue Williams on July 31st. Although the accounts do not disclose revenues due to the company’s “micro” status, Williams is able to leverage her large Instagram following, which now stands at one million followers, to secure lucrative sponsorship deals with well-known brands.
Spencer Matthews, Williams’ husband, gained fame through the reality TV show “Made in Chelsea”. The celebrity couple has already filmed a reality TV series together for E4. Williams’ media career began in 2010 when she appeared as an Irish reality star on RTÉ’s “Fade Street”.