Here's How Much Bachelor Alum Lauren Burnham Is Worth

Lauren Burnham is arguably best known for her time as a contestant on Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s season of The Bachelor in 2018. Though she was initially the show's runner-up, Arie ultimately realized that he was still in love with Lauren and that she was the woman he wanted. During the season's finale, he called off his engagement to winner Becca Kufrin and later proposed to Lauren on the After the Final Rose special. The couple got married one year later and welcomed their first child together — a daughter named Alessi Ren Luyendyk — in May 2019, People noted.

Before meeting Arie on The Bachelor Season 22, Lauren was a tech salesperson, serving as a business solutions sales executive for the company Vonage and a marketing specialist position at CAVU International, according to POPSUGARHowever, following her Bachelor fame, this reality star is now earning the big bucks and presumably has a pretty impressive net worth. 

Keep scrolling to find out how Lauren rakes in the dough.

Lauren Burnham has many different businesses

Although it's unclear whether Lauren Burnham still works as a salesperson, there's a good chance she makes a ton of money through sponsored content and affiliated links on Instagram just like so many other Bachelor alums. Speaking of, lots of ex-cast members become ambassadors for brands who want to broaden their reach with Bachelor Nation fans. And it's safe to say that Lauren is the perfect candidate for this role because, as of this writing, she has over one million followers and counting on Instagram. Her popularity has landed her sponsorships with many companies, like Bondi Boost, to name one example. Influencer marketing agency, Mediakix, estimates that top reality TV personalities can earn above $1 million annually just off Instagram. Additionally, the site speculated that some influencers earn "$1,000 to $5,000 dollars per post, while 1 million followers equates to rates starting at $10,000 and up."

To top it all of, Lauren launched a clothing company, Shades of Rose, in summer 2020. She manages the line when she's not flipping houses with her husband, Arie Luyendyk Jr. As for Arie, he also works as a realtor. So when you combine Lauren's work in fashion, real estate, and marketing, it's fair to presume she's making bank. Bravo!

Of course, Lauren's wealth is nothing compared to the love she has for Alessi. "[I] feel like this is what I was meant to do — to be her mom," the former reality star told  Scottsdale Lifestyle magazine in July 2020.