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Linda Plant Net Worth: How Rich is the Apprentice Interviewer?



Linda Plant Net Worth

Linda Plant is an English interior designer, fashion and style entrepreneur, and property developer. She is one of the interviewers hired by Lord Alan Sugar in the famous reality TV show “The Apprentice”. Linda Plant net worth is estimated to be $25 million.

Linda Plant was raised in Leeds. Her father was a tailor while her mother worked in a market stall selling hosiery, handbags, and jewelry. She went to school but left at the age of 16 to help her mother at the market stall. It was there, where she got a little experience in fashion working with her mother.

Soon after working with her mother, she tried to make her business expanded further. She opened her own set of retail shops and imported clothes from Hong Kong. She founded fashion brand Honeysuckle. After that, she continued to work in the fashion industry of several years before deciding to sell that company and start new business dealings in the property line.

Plant is now an interior designer and the owner of International interior design and a management company called Homerun Services. In addition to that, she is also the proud owner of Plant Collections which is basically a furniture company that offers mid-century furniture pieces with a modern twist. Her creations have been featured in many magazines. Moreover, she also won the Northern Businesswoman of the Year.

Lind Plant is now one of the interviewers in the television show “The Apprentice”. She joined the show for the interviewing process in 2015. She has known Lord Alan sugar for more than twenty years. Plant is known to many as “the queen of mean” on the show. She admits that one shouldn’t be afraid of failing, as everyone makes mistakes.

Regarding her personal life, she is married and has three sons. All of her children have gone into the business line.

Linda Plant Net Worth: $25 million

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