Accumulated profits at the media firm owned by in demand TV presenter, Kathryn Thomas last year increased to almost €550,000.
New accounts for Aquarius Productions Ltd filed by the host of RTE's Operation Transformation show that the firm recorded a post tax profit of €63,141 in the 12 months to the end of February last.
This followed profits of a similar level of €63,845 for the prior year.
Accumulated profits at the company at the end of last February totalled €548,476.
In the 12 months to the end of February last year, the company’s current assets, including the company’s cash funds, totalled €493,389.
In the year under review and across Covid-19 lockdowns, Ms Thomas had a very busy time professionally.
In August 2020, the Carlow native fronted RTE’s ‘No Place Like Home’ that showcased some of the best staycation locations the country has to offer.
This followed Thomas presenting a TV off-shoot of ratings juggernaut, Operation Transformation, the lockdown-inspired Keeping Well Apart aimed at helping families getting through isolation during lockdown.
The show was originally named Operation Covid Nation but that name was scrapped after an online backlash.
Ms Thomas returned to our screens in recent weeks to present the 15th series of Operation Transformation.
The mother of two young daughters is due to appear on this Friday’s Late Late Show with the ‘leaders’ in this year’s Operation Transformation.
Thomas also occasionally presents prime-time shows on RTE Radio as well.
Away from her on-screen work, Thomas set up health and fitness bootcamp business, Pure Results Bootcamp Ltd in 2014 and the most recent accounts show that the business was sitting on accumulated profits of €76,150 at the end of October 2020.
Ms Thomas first came to wide public notice through presenting the ‘No Frontiers’ travel show on RTE.
After that, Thomas co-presented Winning Streak between 2009 and 2011 and took over from the late Gerry Ryan as the presenter of Operation Transformation in 2011.