Who is Emma Willis and what’s her net worth? – The Sun | The Sun

OVER the years Emma Willis has climbed the ladder in broadcasting to become one of the UK's leading TV presenters.

Away from the cameras the busy mum enjoys a cosy home life with her musician husband Matt Willis and their  kids.

Who is Emma Willis?

Emma Willis was born on March 18, 1976, in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham.

She is a well loved radio and television presenter, known for hosting The Voice UK, The Voice Kids, and Cooking With The Stars.

Before presenting, Emma was a model and worked for a number of big companies such as Marie Claire, Elle, Vogue, GAP and Chanel.

Her big break came in 2002 when she landed a presenting role with MTV.

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What TV shows has Emma Willis hosted?

In 2002, Emma landed her first big presenting job with MTV and after that she went on to guest host CD:UK, This Morning and Loose Women.

By 2014, Emma had made a name for herself in the television world having co-presented shows such as the ITV2 spin-off series I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! NOW!

She then replaced Brian Dowling as the presenter of Big Brother after producers believed she was the real successor to Davina McCall.

In 2015, Emma was announced as the host of The Voice UK and The Voice Kids.

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Emma was drafted in to co-present the Brit Awards 2017 when singer Michael Buble was forced to pull out after his young son was diagnosed with cancer.

During Easter 2018, she presented This Morning with her BB partner Rylan Clark-Neal, standing in for Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield while they had a break.

In October 2018 she trained at Princess Alexandra Hospital's busy maternity ward for a show called Delivering Babies on the W Channel.

It returned for a third series in 2021, seeing Emma – now a fully qualified Maternity Care Assistant – featuring families who had to change all their birthing plans during the 2020 pandemic.

Another of her shows, The Circle, which also returned in 2021.

In 2021, she hosted of Cooking With The Stars, along with comedian Tom Allen.

In 2022 Emma teamed up with Nick Grimshaw to host The Great Home Transformation.

What is Emma Willis' net worth?

After a series of successful TV shows, Emma has been raking in the cash.

As of October 2022, she has a reported net worth of £7M

Her husband, Matt of Busted, isn't doing too bad for himself either.

Matt is reportedly worth around £1M

Who is Emma Willis' husband Matt Willis and do they have children?

Emma is married to musician Matt Willis who she met while she was working for MTV and started dating in 2005.

Matt is an actor, singer and presenter best known for being part of rock trio, Busted.

Busted had several huge hits including Year 3000, You Said No and What I Go To School For.

Matt and his bandmate James Bourne joined McFly to become McBusted, touring between 2013 and 2015.

The original Busted trio have since reformed and released their third studio album, Night Driver, in November 2016.

He was crowned the King of the Jungle in 2006 after competing on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.

Matt proposed to Emma in 2007 after two years of dating.

The pair got married at Rushton Hall, Northamptonshire, on July 5, 2008.

To celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary in July 2018 they renewed their vows.

Emma wore her original bridal dress and her star guests, including Rochelle Humes, also wore their own white gowns.

Matt and Emma have three children together – Ace, Isabelle and Trixie Grace.

 

 

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