Bridgerton launched onto Netflix on Christmas Day in 2020 and has since had more than 63 million views. Phoebe Dynevor who plays Daphne in the period drama first appeared on television screens in 2009 when she landed a role in the fifth series of Waterloo Road. With the star having over 1.2 million Instagram followers, it’s been revealed that she could be making a fortune.
A sponsored post on Instagram is where a brand contacts a celebrity or influencer with a large following to promote their product.
Although her most recent post was not sponsored, it received over 300,000 likes and more than 2,000 comments which puts Phoebe in a great position to rake in brand deals.
The actress could also be making money by becoming an affiliate and making a commission selling other brands’ products.
This put the Dynevor family in fourth place with the Webb/Lomas family from Emmerdale and Hollyoaks coming in third place.
In second place was the Allen family with Alfie best known for his role in Game of Thrones and Lily Allen with her singing talents.
The Dyer family topped the leaderboard in first place with Danny Dyer known for his role as Mick Carter in Eastenders and Dani following his footsteps into the spotlight, winning the fourth season of ITV’s Love Island.
Dani Dyer has over 3.3 million Instagram followers while her father has 1.3 million.
This means the duo could be making upwards of £11,000 per sponsored post online.
From one star to another, EastEnders’ Jacqueline Jossa could also be making a fortune from online posts.
After winning ITV’s I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! in 2019, the star was reportedly paid £75,000 just for taking part in the show.
She now has 3.1 million Instagram followers and could earn anything up to £9,500 per post on the platform according to recent research from digital marketing agent AGY47.
The influencer regularly posts sponsored content with her most recent offering fans discounts on skincare products.
Her sponsored posts online have all helped contribute to her impressive reported net worth of £1.2 million.