First Dates hunk Fred Sirieix's company rakes in £500k despite Covid crisis – making him a millionaire
FIRST Dates front man Fred Sirieix has become a millionaire after his business raked in almost £500,000 during the coronavirus pandemic.
The hunky maître d'hôtel, who famously greets singletons appearing on Channel 4's First Dates, is also the owner of a customer service company.
Fred, 49, saw his company The Art Of Service Ltd continue to boom despite the national lockdown closing many businesses across the UK.
The popular Frenchman, who returned to TV screens last month in a new series of First Dates, now has over million pounds in the bank.
The Sun Online can exclusively reveal that after closing in on the million mark last year, Fred's business is now worth a monumental £1,234,358.
Restaurant host Fred owns 75 per cent of the company, which has seen it's worth swell £401,490 since their last figures in 2020.
Fred, who also appeared on BBC Two's Million Pound Menu, is listed as the main director of The Art Of Service Ltd.
The company creates a board game for businesses to train staff "in the very best aspects of hospitality and service" and "demonstrates how to achieve great customer service".
Taking one hour to complete as a team, the game uses role-play to test workers on their service knowledge in a pretend restaurant.
While Covid-19 has seen business likely to use the game – including restaurants and bars – stay closed, sales have continued to soar.
Last year, Fred revealed that despite his age, he’s having the best sex of his life with his fiancée "fruitcake".
The star, who got engaged last March, put it down to feeling more confident in himself as he has got older.
He said: “I’ve never enjoyed sex as much as now. I think it’s a confidence thing and meeting another person who feels exactly the same way as me.
“I like myself much more than when I was 20, I’m a better human being than when I was 20. It’s that overall wisdom.”
The telly fave opened up about meeting his fiancée on the street – a mystery woman he calls “Fruitcake”.
He added: “It was so beautiful. When I saw her I fell in love and she smiled because she knew. We went for a drink and we were all over each other.”
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