Cara Delevingne earned over £21.5 million last year making her the UK’s highest paid supermodel – and earning over double her nearest rivals.
The 27-year-old raked in an astonishing £59,164 per day through her company Cara & Co, which looks after her modelling and promo work.
According to the latest accounts, she made a profit £21,594,838 and had £20,694,684 ‘cash in the bank’.
She easily surpassed rivals Kate Moss, 45, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, 32, who earned £9m and £8m.
Cara’s nearly doubled her earnings in the past 12 months – in 2017, she earned ‘only’ £12.46 million.
But Cara isn’t only making money in the modelling world, as she’s also a director of her family’s property empire called Harvey White Properties Ltd, along with sisters, Poppy and Chloe, and father Charles.
The 27-year-old made an astonishing £59,164 a day through her company Cara & Co[/caption]
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1 – The Duke of Westminster and the Grosvenor family – £10.1bn
2- Lady Charlotte Wellesley – £2.835bn
3 – Jack Sullivan and family – £1.15bn
4 – India Rose James and family – £708m
5 – Ed Sheeran – £160m
6 – Rory McIlroy – £138m
7 – Gareth Bale – £94m
8 – Daniel Radcliffe – £90m
9 – Ben Francis – £73m
10= – Harry Styles – £58m
10= – Sergio Aguero – £58m
12 – Emma Watson – £52m
13= – Niall Horan – £49m
13= – Anthony Joshua – £49m
15 – Matt and Cassey Topham – £48m
Last year, the company made a profit of £5.4 million and their investment portfolio was worth nearly £44 million.
Cara’s businesses now put her alongside the country’s biggest celebrity earners, including music megastars Adele and Ed Sheeran.
Guitarist Ed, 28, made around £39 million from touring last year – and Adele, 31, amassed £24,000-a-day without even releasing an album or touring.
But even with millions in the bank, Cara has previously said money doesn’t make her happy.
Catwalk queen Kate Moss, 45, raked in £9m last year[/caption]
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, 32, ‘only’ managed to pull in £8m in 2018[/caption]
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Speaking on the podcast RuPaul: What’s The Tee? in March, she said: “I definitely had a very privileged upbringing in terms of being able to travel and growing up in London, which I feel was incredible for me.
“Having a wonderful family and my father . . . he didn’t grow up with a lot of money and he is extremely ambitious and driven to look after his family and all of us.
“I also realised money is not everything. You get to the point where you’re like, ‘Oh, I’ve made money but I’m so deeply unhappy and alone’.”
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