Dani Dyer has reportedly raised around £750,000 since becoming a single parent when her ex Sammy Kimmence was jailed for cheating on pensioners.
The Love Island star, 25, appears to be doing better than ever as she has worked on several big work projects since the traumatic split.
She was traveling with her TV star dad Danny, with whom she also started a podcast, to film a secret travel project in Italy.
Dani has also signed deals with fashion brand In The Style and surf washing powder since winning the 2018 series of Love Island with ex-flame Jack Fincham.
Accounts for Dani’s company I Want It, I Got It Ltd were listed in Companies House this week.
The Sun reported they have a cash reserve of £427,412, while the books show a corporation tax bill of £85,792 for 2021 – up from £52,677 in 2020.
Corporate tax is 19% of a company’s earnings, but if you deduct the high expenditure on clothing, travel and living expenses, their income would have been around the £750,000 mark.
The star is listed as the sole director of the company.
Dani left Santiago’s father when he was jailed for three and a half years for cheating older men out of £34,000 in 2021.
Discussing the struggles she faced after giving birth to Santiago on BBC’s Tiny Happy People in April, she explained that she relied on the support of her EastEnders star dad Danny Dyer, 45, and mum Joanne Mas, 45 since becoming a single mother.
Dani said: “The way they’ve been there for me is honestly just a dream. There were some long nights when Santi wasn’t feeling well when I really struggled and just needed to chat or sleep in the afternoon.
“And they were there for me. Knowing I have them, I am blessed with them.”
Dani found love with current boyfriend Jarrod Bowen last year and the couple went public with their relationship in December.
The reality star recently hinted that she’s moving in with her boyfriend and is ready to propose.
While attending an Instagram Q&A, Dani was asked about her living situation with Jarrod.
She replied: “We commute a lot between two houses, but soon we will be safe.”
The mother-of-one was then asked if she was planning to get engaged anytime soon, to which she replied: “When asked if she thinks he’ll be proposing anytime soon, the mother-of-one admitted, ‘Well, that lies on him. I think I’m a woman to be honest.