Money makin’ mama! Jessie James Decker has a lot going for her in her personal life. The songstress found true love with former NFL player Eric Decker, had three adorable children, and now, she documents their day-to-day on her popular social media accounts. The couple even landed their own reality series Eric & Jessiewhich premiered on E! in 2013 and ran for three seasons.

She’s clearly got the family thing down, but Jessie’s career as a singer-songwriter, fashion designer and TV personality is only taking off. People are beginning to see that this brunette beauty is far from just the wife of a retired athlete.

Since the Italy native is seemingly everywhere these days, it’s time to catch up on her career success. Read on for all the scoop on her staggering net worth.

What Is Jessie James Decker’s Net Worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the country songstress is currently worth an estimated $10 million.

How Does Jessie James Decker Make Money?

Jessie has been in the music industry for more than a decade, first catching a break when she auditioned for music exec L.A. Reid, who signed her to Mercury Records. She released her self-titled debut album in 2009, only to leave the label and release an independent EP in 2014, which hit the top five of Billboard’s country chart. After finding success with her EPs, Jessie released her second full-length album, Southern Girl City Lights, with Epic Records in October 2017.

In addition to music sales and earnings from touring, the Southern gal debuted clothing line Kittenish with NYC-based designer Kora Rae in 2015. She’s also has a successful YouTube channel, starred in her own reality TV and posts sponsored content on her social media accounts.

What Is Eric Decker’s Net Worth?

Throughout his time as a member of the Denver Broncos, New York Jets and the Tennessee Titans, Eric is said to have amassed a $10 million net worth, according to Celebrity Net Worth. The site also lists his annual salary at $5 million. However, during his time in the NFL, reports had the wide receiver signing a five year, $36.25 million contract with the Jets in 2014 with $15 million guaranteed. His one-year deal with the Titans in 2017 was reportedly worth up to $5.35 million, according to USA Today, with a $2.5 million signing bonus, a $1.35 million salary and up to $1.5 million in incentives.