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Dick and Angel Strawbridge have ‘doubled’ their finances since dismantling Escape to the Chateau after a £4million profit was announced

Dick and Angel Strawbridge have ‘doubled’ their finances since dismantling Escape to the Chateau after a £4million profit was announced
Dick and Angel Strawbridge have ‘doubled’ their finances since dismantling Escape to the Chateau after a £4million profit was announced

Dick Strawbridge and Angel Adoree built a loyal following after the success of their Escape to the Chateau series. They moved to a chateau in France and turned it into a thriving business.

While they enjoyed nine series of the Channel 4 programme, their documented journey came to an end in 2022, but the family are still very much in the public eye.


It has even been revealed that the couple have managed to double their earnings since the series ended.

The Sun reports that the couple, 64 and 46, have more than £4million in the bank. The publication reported that the latest accounts filed with Companies House revealed the staggering sum.

The couple has capitalized on their fame from the show and now uses their website and social media channels, as well as publishing books, DVDs and more.

Later this year they will begin their tour of the UK, taking in various areas with their two children, Arthur and Dorothy.

Angel Adoree and Dick Strawbridge

The escape to the castle ended in 2022

ITV

It comes shortly after their US tour earlier this year. Speaking recently about their visit to the UK, the two admitted they were worried about the children.

Adoree told Virgin Radio: “We just found out that both kids can come with us for the whole tour, literally seconds ago!”

However, the news caused concern among parents, as Strawbridge admitted: “Arthur starts university in September, a big school, and we were a bit worried because he hasn’t even started yet.”

Drawing on their children’s unique lifestyle, he added: “We never had any problems with Dorothy and Arthur while they were in primary school because the headmistress there always says, ‘It’s education, get them out, they’ll learn so much from travelling around!’”

However, Strawbridge admitted, “We were worried about high school, but he said yes, go for it!”

Adoree, 46, continued, “We have a festival planned for next summer, the Jack of All Trades Festival,” and they expressed excitement about this new experience.

She continued: “We’re in a new era now, where the kids are growing up, we still have our wedding and events business, we write books, we have our podcast, we do tours.

“There’s a lot going on and it’s all very exciting, but it’s also great that little things are happening that take us outside of our comfort zone.”