Nicole Sealey, of the Real Housewives of Cheshire, speaks with ME and MY MONEY


Nicole Sealey of the Real Housewives of Cheshire speaks with ME and MY MONEY

Nicole Sealey, the star of the television program The Real Housewives of Cheshire, is content to spend up to £50,000 on a week’s vacation and resides in a six-bedroom mansion with a swimming pool, gym, and cinema.

When Sealey was a struggling single mother of three, she started her own business in the male-dominated field of railway construction. She later went on to become wealthy.

Failure was not an option, the 48-year-old, who once went to the grocery store with just £21 to buy a week’s worth of food for her family, tells Donna Ferguson.

She now resides in Wilmslow, Cheshire, with her 39-year-old husband Joe Sealey, who is the son of former Manchester United keeper Les Sealey.

She will appear in a two-part television special this week to promote menopause awareness.

ITVBe and ITV Hub will broadcast The Real Housewives And The Menopause tomorrow at 9 p.m.

What financial lessons did your parents impart to you?

to live within your means and avoid splurging money you don’t have.

My father relocated from Ireland to Cheshire and established his own scrap metal business.

My mother was a housekeeper.

Only until I turned one were they married.

Money was extremely tight and I had to live with my mother until I was seven.

I then resided with my father.

He already owned a motorway recovery company at that point.

He had three cars, we had a nice house with stables and horses, and we were both married.

When I was 15 years old, the 1980s recession severely affected him, and he lost both his business and all of his money.

That served as a significant life lesson for me.

Have you ever experienced financial difficulty?

After my divorce in 2005, I experienced a lot of hardship.

I had established a lucrative railroad construction business.

I quit everything and launched a brand-new company in the same field.

Next, the 2008 financial crisis struck.

My incomings and outgoings didn’t match up as a result.

I had my first child at the age of 23, and I had three children under the age of five.

Thus, it was impossible to fail.

I can recall once having £21 in my pocket when I went to the supermarket and thinking, “That’s not a huge amount for a food shop for a week.”

Yet you adjust.

A cut is made.

My circumstances motivated me to work harder because I had a strong sense of self-belief.

Ever received absurd compensation?

Ever received absurd compensation?

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