Kate Hudson is truly the Jill of all trades. Not only is she making moves in Hollywood, but she’s also working as a ​​Weight Watchers ambassador, co-hosting a new podcast and spearheading three successful businesses—one of which happens to be in a male-dominated industry. Add to this a string of accolades, lucrative endorsement deals and two published bestsellers.

At this rate, Hudson could embark on another surprise endeavor soon. But until then, we’re taking a deep dive into Kate Hudson’s net worth. Keep reading for details on her supplement line, Fabletics earnings and more.

1. What is Kate Hudson’s net worth?

The actress and entrepreneur is currently worth $80 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

2. How much did Hudson earn from her movies?

These details haven’t been disclosed, but we do know that Hudson starred in plenty of box office hits. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, for instance, grossed more than three times its budget by raking in $177.4 million, and Bride Wars brought in a whopping $114.7 million. Hudson even landed a recurring role on Fox’s hit series, Glee, and in 2016, she did a voiceover role in her biggest film yet: Kung Fu Panda 3. Still, her on-screen roles only account for a small fraction of her net worth.

3. How much has she earned from Fabletics?

In 2013, Hudson teamed up with two partners to launch the athleisure brand, Fabletics, which has since blossomed into a global service that boasts over $500 million in annual revenue and more than two million VIP members across ten countries.

Hudson reportedly owns 20 percent of the company, and per Celebrity Net Worth, Fabletics was worth about $250 million in 2017. This means Hudson earned a cool $50 million through this company alone.

She told Forbes, “When we launched Fabletics, we wanted to build an inclusive community and create affordable collections that made people look and feel great. Over the years, we’ve continuously expanded our designs into categories other than leggings and tops—outerwear and gear, for example. But my goal at Fabletics has always been to build a brand that’s not only about performance and athleticism, but one that people can just live in.”

4. How much has she earned from her books?

In 2016, Hudson published her first book, Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body, where she explores the keys to overall health and wellbeing. And in 2017, she released her first cookbook, Pretty Fun: Creating and Celebrating a Lifetime of Tradition.

5. What about her holistic supplement line?

Launched earlier this year, InBloom is Hudson’s new plant-based supplement line, which includes nutritional powders like Green Protein, Essential Elements and Energy Shift.

On the official website, she wrote, “We’re on a mission to inspire a more effortless and holistic approach to health by creating nutritional powders, made from nature and rooted in wellness, so you can look and feel your best.”

6. How much has she made from endorsements?

In 2018, Hudson announced a multi-year partnership with New York & Company, where she served as a Brand Ambassador for their $200 million Soho Jeans collection and launched her own fashion line. And in that same year, she was announced as a global ambassador for wellness company WW (formerly Weight Watchers).

Three years later, the actress is still a proud partner of WW, but you’ll also find her posing in several pairs of trendy boots from Stuart Weitzman.

7. And her vodka company?

Thanks to her love of cocktails and her determination to shake up the liquor industry, Hudson decided to dip her toes into the vodka business with King St., a woman-owned brand that crafts gluten-free vodka with alkaline water.

During a press event, Hudson explained, “I get a lot of business opportunities, which I’m really grateful for, but this one was very interesting to me because there is such a huge white space for women in craft vodka—and vodka in particular is 56 percent consumed and bought by women. There’s a very small, amazing group of women in spirits, but it’s small. So that was really intriguing to me. As a female you are a disruptor in this space.” Cheers to that.