I’ve made enough money to retire at 32 but I like working, says multi-millionaire Joey Essex… – The Sun

HE rose to fame when he was just 21 years old after joining his cousin Chloe Sims on hit reality show – Towie.
Fast forward 11 years and Joey Essex has made enough money to retire thanks to a series of TV shows, endorsements and business ideas.
But despite having millions in the bank, Joey, 32, isn’t planning to jack it all in – not yet anyway.
Speaking to The Sun about what is in store for him, Joey – who left Towie after just two years – said: “I am quite chilled about the future.
"For some reason my life just keeps carrying on, nothing ever really stops and slows down, it’s always quite fast-paced.”
The star is however planning to branch out into different things, but refuses to leave reality TV behind forever.
“Having time off is quite nice sometimes but there are things I am looking at doing and getting into different TV projects," he explained.
"We are looking at doing different documentaries about more serious things.
“I will always do reality if it sounds exciting. But I have a few new projects in the pipeline.”
Asked if he could now retire, Joey replied:  “Yeah I guess so, but I feel like it depends how much you enjoy your job.
"I quite enjoy my job so it’s never really about the money, it’s always about keeping myself busy and just being happy. I am only 32 – the best is yet to come.”
Joey – who is currently working alongside Premier Inn to showcase British holiday destinations – refuses to say just how much cash he has made over the years but doesn’t deny he’s now a multi-millionaire.
Looking to the future, he added: “I feel like in ten years’ time, I am hopefully on a huge boat, yacht in Spain and I am living on that with a wife and maybe four or five kids!”

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