Meghan Markle made a name for herself before being linked to Prince Harry. Because of that, ahead of marrying into Britain’s royal family, she already has a cushy net worth.

The “Suits” star’s net worth, though nowhere compared to her future husband’s speculated $40 million, is currently set at $5 million, as reported by CelebrityNetWorth, and $7 million, according to KnowNetWorth.

It seems to be Markle’s role on “Suits,” the USA Network drama which she has starred for the past several years, is partly to thank for that number. It has been reported that in the past, Markle raked in more than $50,000 per episode for starring as Rachel Zane on the series.

Elsewhere, Town and County Magazine reported in October that the Los Angeles native earns an annual salary of “around $450,000” including “around $80,000 worth of annual sponsorship/endorsements income.” None of these figures have been confirmed by Markle.

While “Suits” is Markle’s most famous and recent role to date, her long list of pasting acting jobs helped bumped up her net worth. Markle’s resume includes roles on “Castle,” “CSI: Miami,” “The League,” “Fringe,” “Without a Trace,” “Knight Rider,” and the rebooted “90210.”

Prince Harry’s future bride also has several movie credits to her name. In 2011’s hit film “Horrible Bosses” she had a small cameo alongside lead Jason Sudeikis. She also played a part in the 2015 crime film “Anti-social” with Gregg Sulkin. While not every salary for Markle’s film roles are readily available, it has been reported she earned $187,000 for the 2010 film “Remember Me” opposite Robert Pattinson.

Markle wasn’t always lucky with money, though. In May, she told Good Housekeeping she used to supplement her acting income by working as a calligrapher. “I used to be a calligrapher for weddings and events,” Markle said. “That was my side job while I was auditioning.”

meghan markle, prince harry Meghan Markle had a large net worth before being linked to Prince Harry. The couple is pictured attending the Invictus Games on Sept. 25, 2017 in Toronto, Canada. Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images for the Invictus Games Foundation