MOLLY Mae Hauge is extremely bankable as she raked in a whopping £3.4million last year.
The former Love Island star made a fortune from affiliations with companies like PrettyLittleThing and Beauty Works.
As well as her business ventures, Molly, 23, has also written a best-selling autobiography and it appears she is fast approaching a valuation of £10million.
Her company MHH Group Holdings Ltd – said to have been set up for media representation – paid £677,183 in corporation tax for 2022.
That means her income, at over £3million, was five times that amount.
The year before, she paid just over half that amount at £369,806 and made a profit of around £1.8million – meaning 2022 was a record year for the mega-influencer.
Her company also has £1.4million in cash in its treasury.
In February, it was revealed that new mom Molly was beaming with pride after her tanning empire raked in another record-breaking profit.
And she hopes to take her Filter by Molly Mae to the world after trademarking the popular range.
It has raked in around £1million in profit from its filter products over the last two years, according to new figures, with reserves standing at £429,857 as the company continues to grow each year.
Molly has also filed documents to have the name protected by a 10-year trademark with the UK Intellectual Property Office.
The star obviously learned from the likes of Kylie Jenner and wants to prevent piracy as she wants to market her products globally.
An intellectual property attorney told us, “This gives Molly and her advisors an opportunity to take action against third parties who may be using the relevant name in commerce without consent.”
“The mere presence of such marks on the register can also act as a deterrent when a third party considers using a name or likeness without the consent of the owner
“Second, it improves Molly’s ability to enter into agreements to commercialize his personal brand with other companies.”