- Dawn Ward
- Net Worth : £42 million
- Change : £377,385 - % 0.9 (Last Updated: 01.17.22 )
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Star of The Real Housewives of Cheshire, mother, wife and businesswoman, Dawn Ward has a reported net worth of £42 million.
Interior designer and mum of four, Dawn Ward is married to retired footballer Ashley Ward. Together they have four daughters – Darby, Taylor, Charlie and Aston – and currently live at Warford Hall near Alderly Edge, Cheshire.
Husband Ashley previously played for Manchester United’s junior team in the 1986-87 season before choosing to become an apprentice at Manchester City over an offer from Blackburn Rovers.
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He played for over a dozen different clubs during his long career, including Norwich City and Blackburn Rovers. Since retiring in 2005, Ashley and Dawn opened a designer boutique named Apparel in Wilmslow which has now been sold to friend Clare Sudweeks. Together they also run Abafields, a nursing home in Bolton.
The couple also operate Bilton Ward Developments, a luxury £15million property development company formed in 2002. The company specialises in building and renovating luxury homes, many of which have been projects for footballers including Kevin Campbell and Wayne Rooney.
A well-respected interior designer, Dawn’s clients include Coleen Rooney and Alex Gerrard. The couple also transformed their own palatial mansion into a grand family home with its own private stables.
Dawn currently stars in reality TV show The Real Housewives of Cheshire, part of the successful The Real Housewives franchise which began in the US. The programme – broadcast on ITVBe – follows the glamorous lives of Cheshire WAGs including Magali Gorre, Ampika Pickston, Lauren Simon, Leanne Brown and Tanya Bardsley.
An avid philanthropist, Dawn and her husband Ashley annually host the Crème de la Crème charity ball in the grounds of their Cheshire mansion. Last year a grand prize auction helped raise thousands of pounds for the Caudwell Children Charity, dedicated to helping disabled children.