Here's How Much Cara Delevingne Is Really Worth

Forget the modeling industry — Cara Delevingne is one of the biggest names in the world. The British superstar with enviable eyebrows, who started modelling as a tween, shot to fame after she was cast in the lead role of the 2015 YA film adaptation "Paper Towns," according to the Washington Post. Since then, she has amassed a collection of high-profile acting roles, including 2016's "Suicide Squad" and the Amazon Prime Video fantasy show "Carnival Row" (per IMDb). 

Delevingne is also known for her high-profile relationships with both men and women. The model-turned-actor identifies as pansexual, and made headlines after she was linked to singer St. Vincent and "Pretty Little Liars" actor Ashley Benson. Though Delevingne admitted to Gwyneth Paltrow on her "Goop" podcast in March 2021 that she was once "disgusted" by the idea of having a same-sex partner, she has since come to appreciate her sexuality. "Actually, that was the part of me that I love so much and accept," she told Paltrow (via People). 

And, while her self-acceptance is wonderful to see, Delevingne also has plenty more to be proud of! For instance, between her modeling and acting gigs, the multi-hyphenate star has multiple streams of income, leading to an impressive net worth. How much has she made so far?

Cara Delevingne has a mind for business

Cara Delevingne is only 28 at the time of this writing, but her business acumen is already beyond her years. Per the Daily Mail, the savvy star pads her (already substantial) net worth with a stake in her family's property empire, Harvey White Properties Ltd., alongside her property developer father. The outlet notes she reportedly made a profit of £278,000 in 2019 alone. Though it's unclear how much of that she pockets, there seems to be a substantial trickle-down effect, given her "large share" in the company. Delevingne also rakes in cash from her modeling career, and recently eclipsed fashion icon Kate Moss as Britain's top earning model in 2021, according to the Daily Mail

Celebrity Net Worth reports that the star's endorsements with high-fashion powerhouses like YSL, Burberry, and Mulberry contribute to the $9 million she makes annually from modeling. She has also "designed a capsule collection for the brand DKNY" and "four handbag collections for the brand Mulberry," further adding to her income. 

Unlike lots of other supermodels, Delevingne actually owns her own production and management company, per The Things, meaning she "rakes in an astonishing £59,164 per day through her company, Cara & Co." Put all these different streams of income together, and the star is worth an estimated $28 million (via Celebrity NetWorth). Though she has stressed that "money isn't everything" — and that other things are more valuable (via Daily Mail) — having a fortune surely doesn't hurt.