Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly earned £12,000 a day last year, despite Ant spending some of it in rehab.
The presenting duo raked in the impressive amount during the last 12 months even though Ant took time out to focus on his sobriety after a drink driving conviction.
Documents filed for Hurley Promotions Ltd., the company owned by the duo, show their profits were £4.4 million in the last year, which works out to the impressive sum. Figures obtained by The Sun newspaper reveal they made £85,000 a week.
Ant and Dec are set to return to viewers" screens for the new series of "Britain's Got Talent" and one of the show's judges David Walliams admit he felt "really emotional" by the reunion.
He said: "It was lovely to see when they stepped back on the stage together in London how excited people were to see them together. It was really emotional and I was pleased for them. It was just how it always was ... Ant and Dec are really nice blokes and they are "what you see is what you get" type of people. It's not like they have a persona that's different to how they are on TV, that's why people love them so much, they're just so natural and themselves. It was nice being back together. I love being around those two. Obviously, I don't get to do so much with them because we're on the judges" table, but I feel a kinship with them because, well, one is I've known them for about 25 years because I started off writing for them."
And fellow judge Alesha Dixon added: "It's been like getting the family back together, it just feels normal. We've been working together for so long now that when we're together it just feels right. I think it's because they have a genuine friendship and they are exactly the same off camera as they are on camera."