Kendall Jenner has beaten her sister Kylie to the title of Instagram’s highest earning woman.
The supermodel, 24, is the highest ranking female in a new list of the year’s biggest social media money-makers.
Kendall is said to have brought in a fortune of around £12.7 million over the last 12 months with each post said to be worth £489,000.
The huge sum puts her third in the list, compiled by Buzzbingo.com , behind Cristiano Ronaldo who topped out with £38.2 million.
Kendall, whose money came from sponsors including Calvin Klein and skincare brand Proactiv, is believed to have brought in four times more than her younger sister Kylie.
The billionaire make-up mogul lags behind in eight place with earnings of £3 million from Instagram .
However, Kylie can earn more than Kendall per post, commanding fees of around £1.01 million.
Juventus star Ronaldo, 32, out-earned everyone with earnings of almost £40m and he is said to bring in a whopping £780,000 for every sponsored post.
Ronaldo is trailed by long-rime rival Lionel Messi, who made around £18.7 million with around £518,000 per post.
The top Brit on the list was David Beckham, who landed in fourth place behind Kendall.
Becks is said to have made around £8.6 million from Instagram with every post reportedly bringing him in around £286,000.
His paid partnerships include link-ups with brands including Tudor Watch, Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Kent & Curwen.
The second highest-earning woman on the list is pop star Selena Gomez .
The singer may have only posted nine sponsored posts, but she still managed to bring in a massive £6.4 million – earning her a spot in the rich list.
Selena, 27, has posted for companies including Puma and Coach.
The list is rounded out by another member of the Jenner/Kardashian family – Khloe Kardashian in 10th place.
She saw off competition from the other sisters, Kim and Kourtney, to snatch 10th place in the Insta list.
Khloe, 35, is said to have earned around £957,000 from the site in 2019, but only posted two sponsored messages.