Cara Delevingne becomes UK’s highest paid supermodel

Cara Delevingne becomes the UK’s highest paid supermodel after raking in a staggering £21.5million in the last year

Cara Delevingne has earned the title of the UK’s highest paid supermodel by raking in a staggering £21.5million in the last year.

The catwalk queen, 27, has earned over double the salary of her closest competitors, including Kate Moss, 45, who made £9m, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, 32, who took home £8m. 

Multi-talented Cara, has nearly doubled her income in the past 12 months with her range of endeavours which has seen her making £59,164 per day via her company, Cara & Co.  

Making bank: Cara Delevingne, 27, has earned the title of the UK’s highest paid supermodel by raking in a staggering £21.5million in the last year

In her company’s latest accounts by Companies House obtained by The Sun, Cara’s work commitments have made her profit of £21,594,838, with £20,694,684 being ‘cash in the bank’.

As well as earning nearly double than a slew of other high profile modelling names, Cara has also doubled her earnings from 2017, when she made £12.46million. 

As well as her modelling and acting ventures, Cara is also making money through her father’s business Harvey White Properties Ltd, where she serves as director.  

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Cara for further comment. 

Salary: The catwalk queen has earned double the salary of her closest competitors, including Kate Moss, 45, who made £9m, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, 32, who took home £8m

Multi-talented: Cara, has nearly doubled her income in the past 12 months with her range of endeavours which has seen her making £59,164 per day via her company, Cara & Co

Despite her wealth, in a previous interview on RuPaul: What’s The Tee? podcast, Cara confessed that money didn’t attribute to her happiness. 

She stated: ‘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”.’

Numbers: In her company’s latest accounts by Companies House, Cara’s work commitments have made her profit of £21,594,838, with £20,694,684 being ‘cash in the bank’

Cara is certainly keeping herself busy in her projects, and is currently starring alongside Orlando Bloom in the Amazon Prime Video series, Carnival Row.

Bloom recently revealed that filming Carnival Row’s sex scenes with co-star Delevingne was a ‘little awkward.’

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline he said: ‘It’s quite punchy. It’s always a little awkward, honestly, there’s a lot of people standing around watching you pretending to have sex, if that’s the same rule for violence or whatever it may be.’

‘I don’t think it’s intentionally gratuitous, it leads into the fantasy genre of the show, it’s good,’ he added.

‘Well I’ve seen the show, I’m excited to see my friends and family who are all here, which is nice,’ Bloom continued.

Businesswoman: As well as her modelling and acting ventures, Cara is also making money through her father’s business Harvey White Properties Ltd, where she serves as director

 

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