The Apprentice star now worth over £3million despite being fired

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Although she did not win the competition, she has had great success since leaving Lord Sugar’s boardroom. Lord Sugar was so impressed he gave her a job with a six-figure salary.

A year after her 2005 appearance on the competition, she presented a program dealing with anger management called Temper Your Temper.

She then went on to present several documentaries for the BBC.

Now, the 51-year-old has become best known for being a Loose Women panellist.

She joined the talk show in 2015 and left five years later.

When discussing her finances, she told the Mail Online that if she has money, she will buy property.

In 2019, the presenter owned five properties.

She added: “We bought our five-bedroom house in Oxford for £855,000 in 2009.

“It is now worth £1.6million. We are planning to spend £300,000 on it early next year and add a two-storey extension because we want some extra space.

“We also own a property in Chamonix, France, which is worth £300,000, and three properties in London which collectively are worth £2million. They are all rented out.”

At this time Saira’s estimated net worth was at around £3,682,590.

This was calculated adding her company’s listed net worth and the value of her properties.

She also managed to negotiate a deal with car manufacturer Ford.

She gets to upgrade her car for free every three to six months.

After leaving Loose Women, Saira wanted to focus on her own businesses.

She set up her own baby skincare business, Miamoo, and has since launched anti-ageing face oil for women.

Her skin care business, Saira Skin uses certified organic natural oils in their product.

The Apprentice shows Thursdays at 9pm on BBC one

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