Gigi and Bella Hadid don't even come close.
The publication that loves to rub celebrity riches in the rest of the world's face released it's list of highest-paid models of 2018 on Thursday, and Kendall dominated with an estimated $22.5 million income, thanks to contracts with Estee Lauder, Adidas and Calvin Klein, and you know, being a Kardashian.
If there's one thing we learned from 2018, it's that this is the Kardashians' world and we're all just living in it.
Even though Kendall's haul didn't come close to the estimated $166.5 million Kylie Jenner earned from her massively popular cosmetics line, she did make way more green than runner-up Karlie Kloss ($13 million) and the rest of the pretty peasants on the list.
Chrissy Teigen and Rosie Huntington-Whitely tied for third with $11.5 million; Cara Delevingne and Gisele Bundchen tied with $10 million; Gigi Hadid beat out sister Bella Hadid's puny $8.5 million with $9.5 million; Joan Smalls tied Bella; and Dutch hottie Doutzen Kroes rounded out the Top 10 with $8 million.
Forbes explained that they determined the incomes -- which should be taken with a grain of salt -- by combining earnings from from cosmetics, fragrance and other contracts between June 1, 2017 and June 1, 2018 after consulting "numerous managers, agents, brand executives and industry experts."
Even if these income estimates are close to accurate, these gorgeous goddesses still had to fork over a percentage to agents, managers and lawyers. So really, they're basically just as poor as you, right?
No? Okay, yeah, we were just trying to make you feel better because it's the holiday season.
You may not have millions in the bank from modeling, but at least you can eat whatever you want. Treat yourself to a bucket of fried chicken tonight to celebrate.