Victoria’s Secret Angels are flying from their contracts because increasing time commitments and relatively little pay are less than heavenly, sources tell Page Six.

Both Karlie Kloss and Dutch stunner Doutzen Kroes have flown the coop, and we hear more notable Angels could follow. Today’s Angels are earning far less than the top VS models of yore such as Gisele Bündchen, Heidi Klum and Tyra Banks, Page Six reports. 

“The money isn’t what it used to be,” a source told Page Six. “Older contracts like Alessandra Ambrosio were in the millions, now they’re like $100,000.” Remaining Angels still include Ambrosio, Adriana Lima and Lily Aldridge.

Victoria’s Secret confirmed last week that Kloss would end her contract, and sources told Page Six it was because she couldn’t devote enough time to the brand when she starts classes at NYU this fall.

And Kroes recently said she wouldn’t continue working with the brand after six years.

CMO Ed Razek addressed her exit on Instagram: “Doutzen had a lucrative opportunity in Europe and it would have conflicted with her VS obligations. So, at her agency’s request, we released her from contract. There was no conflict. No animosity.” He also had to address Kloss’ exit last week.

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According to Page Six, Ambrosio could be next out the door — but a source said she’s in the middle of renegotiating her contract with VS.

Money per model has shrunk as the company has hired a larger stable of Angels to walk in their splashy shows and make global appearances. “There used to be just four angels,” a source said. “Now there’s about eight.”

The ladies also have to commit 50 days a year or more to VS, which prohibits them from participating in bigger, better fashion and fragrance campaigns. The brand is also launching a Swim Special on Thursday on CBS.

Former Angel Miranda Kerr ended her contract in 2013, and a source told Page Six then that the time constraint was the issue.

A Victoria’s Secret rep said, “We do not comment on the details of contracts with models.”

This article originally appeared in The New York Post's Page Six.