HELEN Skelton and Gorka Marquez recovered from a long day of Strictly Come Dancing rehearsals with beer and a takeaway.
Countryfile host Helen, 39, was snapped getting a round in for her and Gorka, 32, as they relaxed after a gruelling 10-hour session.
Meanwhile Gorka collected a bag of food before they headed up to their hotel room for the evening.
Helen looked comfortable in a grey hoody and black leggings while Gorka also dressed down in black joggers and a blue cardigan.
A couple of drinks and late night snacks is small change to Helen, after The Sun revealed she raked in more than £1m thanks to her side hustle.
Helen’s impressive payday comes from her kids clothing line, named Toy Breaker.
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Figures reveal that Helen’s Skelton Production Ltd last set of accounts show she’s got £474,667 ‘cash in the bank’.
Over the last three years Helen, who is mum to Ernie, seven, Louis, five, and baby Elsie, nine months, has in total paid £185,955 in corporation tax.
At a 19 per cent rate, that works out that her earnings over that period have been £978,710.
Helen has discussed her baby clothing range in the past, which is a unisex clothing brand made from organic cotton.
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She told Celeb Mix: “It was back at the start of the pandemic that I first had the idea of doing a kids range.
“One of my best friends was working for a fast fashion brand at the time, but was looking to change what she was doing, so whilst we were talking one day and I was telling her how I can never get my kids to wear anything other than a football kit, the idea to do a kids line came to us and we just thought why not."
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