New figures show Kate Moss brought home £11.7 million from October 2011 to October 2012 thanks to her lucrative fashion campaigns.
Kate Moss' earnings tripled in 2012.
The supermodel made a whopping £11.7 million from October 2011 to October 2012, raking in almost three times the amount she earned the previous year.
The Telegraph newspaper reports that figures filed at Companies House show her business Tilly Church posted profits of almost £8 million, while her second company, Skate LLP, brought in £3.8 million.
The 39-year-old veteran model also has a number of lucrative deals, having been the face of Rimmel cosmetics for the past ten years.
2012 saw Kate create her own lipstick line for Rimmel and appear in the Olympics Closing Ceremony, as well as shooting high profile ad campaigns for Mango, Rag & Bone and Dior Addict.
Her earnings this year are expected to far exceed that, notably thanks to her new accessories range for Carphone Warehouse and new campaigns for the likes of Versace, Givenchy, Matchless and St Tropez.
Mum-of-one Kate is one of the rare models to have worked continuously throughout her career and is expected to continue into her 40s thanks to the strong brand she has build.
She first shot to fame with a topless Calvin Klein jeans advert when she was just 16 and is coming full circle in January by appearing topless on the cover of Playboy magazine's 60th anniversary edition.
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