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Lisa Vanderpump’s Net Worth? See How The 'Vanderpump Rules' And 'RHOBH' Star Makes Her Money
 Inside Lisa Vanderpump's Impressive Net Worth
Chelsea Guglielmino

If youve seen just one clip of Vanderpump Rules star and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Lisa Vanderpump, you know that LVP gets sh*t done. Whether its taking no prisoners during RHOBH reunions or firing SURver/DJ/self-described "White Kanye" James Kennedy for the zillionth time, LVP is a boss. (I mean, the lady has her own holiday, Lisa Vanderpump Day . If that's not power, IDK what is.) And you better believe that business sense has helped Lisa rake in some serious cash over the years.

 With nine seasons of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and eight seasons of Vanderpump Rules under her (undoubtedly jeweled and glamorous) belt, not to mention her vast restaurant empire, it should come as no surprise that Lisa Vanderpump is the richest Housewife. And Im not just talking about her series, but across all of Bravo-topia.
So, what exactly is Lisa Vanderpumps net worth?

You know there's nothing Real Housewives enjoy more than flaunting their lavish and luxurious lifestyles, but LVP pumps (I'm so sorry) it up to another level. estimates the British businesswomans net worth at a dahling $75 million, or approximately 5 million of LVP's Big Pinky cocktails.

Her four restaurants most prominently featured on BravoVilla Blanca, SUR, PUMP, and TomTomare just a fraction of the LVP empire, which also includes her own line of wine, her dog-adoption business, and her Beverly Hills mansion, with its ever-increasing number of four-legged roommates.

Heres how the reality TV star (and Giggys #1 gal) makes her money:
Lisa and her husband/business partner, Ken Todd, have opened more than 30 bars and restaurants around the world.

The #powercouple got their start in the restaurant business in England. By 1998, the two had sold four bars in the London area for 10.5 million (a.k.a. $14,022,382.50 in today's US dollars), packed their things and moved across the pond, eventually making their way to Los Angeles, according to .

These days, Lisa and Ken have focused their entrepreneurial efforts on the restaurant business in the U.S., their publicist told the publication, with the newest addition, Vanderpump Cocktail Garden, opening in March 2019 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

While it can take time for a restaurant to start making money (sometimes up to two years, according to The Restaurant Times ), Lisa and Ken are pretty much pros at this point. reported in 2016 that both SUR and Villa Blanca pull in over $1 million each year.

The couple's most recent L.A.-based bar, TomTom (co-owned with Vanderpump Rules cast members Tom Schwartz and Tom Sandoval last year), already seems to be doing quite well for itself. It was named the Best Bar in Southern California by Los Angeles Travel Magazine in February.

Between RHOBH and Vanderpump Rules, Lisa is one of the networks highest-paid stars. After nine seasons and plenty of scandals (#puppygate, anyone?), Lisa and RHOBH called it quits this year. But Bravo tends to reward loyalty (and scene-stealing drama), which made Lisa one of the highest-paid cast members in her franchise. According to , LVP was paid $1 million for her last season, although some reports estimate her salary to have been more in the $500,000-range.

As a cast member and executive producer on Vanderpump Rules, Lisa is paid $500,000 per season, according to . (But honestly, she deserves more for the sheer amount of BS she has to put up with from Jax Taylor alone.)

Lisa's usually the one dolling out words of wisdom to the SUR kids, but Jax Taylor did recently give her some advice on dealing with all that RHOBH drama:
Lisa and Ken not only own their Beverly Hills mansion, Villa Rosa, but they also helped their kids buy their first houses.

You know a house is next-level nice when it has its own title (because duh). Lisa's 8,800-square-foot home is worth around $10 million, according to , and has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a kitchen she just renovated for $300,000, according to .

You might be thinking thats a lot of space for just Lisa, Ken, and Giggy, but the house is also home to, according to one particularly memorable YouTube clip, main swans Hanky and Panky, six other swans, seven turtles, miniature horses Diamonds and Rose, and dogs Binky, Avery, Rumpy Pumpy, Darling, Puffy, Schnooky, and Lollipop. (Although its very likely another animal will be added to the menagerie the day after this is published.)

In 2017, Lisa revealed that she and Ken also covered the down payments for their daughters and sons, Pandora and Max, first houses. "He started off a dishwasher in the restaurant, and Pandora waited tables all through college, so I'm not about spoiling them," she explained to . "And I felt for quite a few years now they lived on their own. They had kind of been through it a little bit, had their own struggles."
The entrepreneur also has a penchant for fancy cars and expensive jewelry.

Villa Rosa also seems to have ample garage space. LVP has been spotted driving around town in a pink-wheeled Porsche Carrera 911 (which retails for at least $97,000, according to the ), a Bentley Convertible, and a Rolls-Royce Dawn, which carries a base price of $320,000, according to .

One of her other favorite things, Lisa told , is a custom, diamond-encrusted watch by Franck Muller that she often wears. The only problem? "Its incredibly heavy," she said. (It's tough being Lisa Vanderpump.) Ever the entrepreneur, Lisa launched her own jewelry line in 2015, called .
Speaking of businesses, Lisa also has a line of liquors and wines and a line of pet merchandise.

Lisa's one in a million, natch, but if you want to channel your inner Vanderpump, mix yourself a martini with Vanderpump vodka or pour yourself a glass of the brand's ros or LVP sangria, which, according to the company's , is Lisas signature recipe. There are no official sale numbers available for LVP sangria, but according to , the sangria market is currently riding a surge in popularity...and experts estimate it will grow by 50 percent in the next five years.

While youre busy treating yourself, dont forget the four-legged members of your fam. Launched in 2015, Vanderpump Pets is a line of luxury pet accessories that, according to the , "will help you spoil your pooches the way they deserve to be spoiled!"

Not only that, but a percentage of every purchase goes to the Vanderpump Dogs Foundation. The organization, founded by Lisa and Ken in 2016, has saved more than 500 dogs since it opened its doors, per , and was a leading advocate for a Congressional resolution urging nations to stop selling dog and cat meat that was passed earlier this year.

Most recently, Lisa plastered her face on the side of planes (because why not?) as part of a partnership with airline to help raise money for the Foundation.

But thats not all. In her spare time (if you can believe she has any), Lisa also wrote a book entitled Simply Divine: A Guide to Easy, Elegant, and Affordable Entertaining and once served as the editor-in-chief of magazine.
Despite being all about business, Lisa also knows how to relax in luxury.

First off, you don't need to be a rocket scientist to know LVP isnt flying commercial. Based on an post, shes a member of , a private-jet platform with a monthly membership thatll cost you just around $1,000 a month if you choose the elite version, which Lisa would likely spring for.

And for every vacation, shes bringing a bag for both her and Giggy. LVP told that new outfits for her beloved Pomeranian are some of her biggest splurges, along with fancy chocolates and the occasional Gucci handbag.

All I can say is, keep on living the dream, LVPthe ultra-luxe, diamond-stunned, pretty-in-pink dream

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