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No family has mastered the art of self-promotion quite like the Kardashian-Jenners, The Kardashian Family has a combined net worth over $1 billion.  The Kardashian family is of Armenian nationality on patriarch Robert Kardashian’s side and Dutch, English, Irish, German, and Scottish on Kris Jenner’s side. Robert Kardashian and Kris Houghton got married on July 8, 1978. He is best known for representing O.J. Simpson in his murder trial of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. They have four children: Kourtney was born in 1979, Kim in 1980, Khloe in 1984, and Rob Jr. in 1987. Robert and Kris divorced in 1991. They remained close friends until his death in 2003 from esophageal cancer.

Kris married retired Olympic decathlon athlete Bruce Jenner in April 1991, just one month after her divorce from Robert Kardashian became final. Bruce came out as a transgender woman in 2015 and is now Caitlyn Jenner. Kris and Caitlyn have two daughters: Kendall born in 1995 and Kylie, born in 1997.

The family has been featured on the E! reality television series “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” (and its various spinoffs) since October 2007. The family was estimated to make $65 million in 2010. They signed a deal with E! to keep the show on the air for three more years in 2012 for $40 million. It is said that they earned $10 million per season of the show. The 18th season of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” premiered in March 2020.

And though the exact number they make for their E! series isn’t known, in 2017, TMZ reported that the Kardashians (who are said to split the money how they see fit) would earn $150 million for five more seasons of the show.

Between modeling careers, lifestyle websites, lip kits and more sponsored social media posts than you can count, it can be hard to distinguish who has built the largest bank account, especially now that their signature show is almost over.

While there is still some debate on who has reached billionaire status, here’s a ranking of each sister’s reported net worth.

Kim Kardashian Net Worth $900 million

With an estimated net worth of $900 million, it makes sense that Kim would take the top spot – she has been working the red carpet circuit since the early 2000s, when she was better known as Paris Hilton’s BFF, after all.

The bulk of Kim’s money is reportedly thanks to her KKW Beauty line, which manufacturers everything from foundation and lipstick to body makeup and fragrances.

In June 2020, beauty giant Coty announced a $200 million deal with the 39-year-old.

Though Coty acquired a 20% stake in the company, which plans to expand into skin care, hair care, personal care and nails, Kim is still said to be the majority owner of KKW Beauty.

Kim at the KKW Beauty Ulta launch (Getty Images)

The Coty deal valued Kim’s company at $1 billion, which according to Forbes, put Kim’s net worth at an estimated $900 million.

In addition to KKW Beauty and KUWTK, Kim has her shapewear line, Skims. Launched in September 2019, Skims reportedly earned $2 million within the first few minutes of its launch and has since teamed up with US retailer Nordstrom.

And don’t count social media posts out. In 2018, Kim revealed that she earned $1 million per sponsored Instagram post while speaking on Ashley Graham’s Pretty Big Deal podcast. However, the latest reports from Hopper HQ’s 2020 Instagram Rich List has Kim earning $858,000 per post.

Kylie Jenner Net Worth (just under) $900 million

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The youngest sibling follows closely behind, with most recent estimates of Kylie’s net worth being placed at just under $900 million.

Though the 22-year-old had previously been named the youngest self-made billionaire by Forbes, the company revoked the title in May 2020 following a more detailed look into her revenue.

Kylie and Kendall Jenner attend the 2019 Met Gala (Getty Images)

Like Kim, the bulk of Kylie’s net worth comes from her cosmetics company, Kylie Cosmetics, which she launched in 2015 with 15,000 of her now-signature Lip Kits. Similarly leading the way for Kim’s KKW Beauty line, Kylie struck a $600 million deal with Coty in 2019, giving the global beauty company a 51% stake in Kylie Cosmetics.

Kylie has worked with her older sister Kendall on clothing collections for Topshop and Pac Sun before the sisters launched their own line, Kendall + Kylie in 2016. She also brings in some serious cash through her sponsored Instagram posts. According to a 2020 report from Instagram scheduling tool Hopper HQ, Kylie earns $986,000 per sponsored Instagram post.

Khloe Kardashian Net Worth $40 million

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The rest of the Kardashian-Jenner crew is estimated to bring in significantly less than Kim and Kylie.

According to a 2018 report from Newsweek, Khloe is estimated to have a net worth of $40 million.

In addition to her KUWTK salary, Khloe has earned money from her spin-off TV shows (including Revenge Body) and her clothing line, Good American, which she founded in 2016. Khloe also earns an estimated $250,000 per sponsored Instagram post.

Kardashian Family Net Worth:$1 Billion

Kardashian Family Net Worth: The Kardashian Family is an American family who has a combined net worth over $1 billion.  The Kardashian family is of Armenian nationality on patriarch Robert Kardashian’s side and Dutch, English, Irish, German, and Scottish on Kris Jenner’s side. Robert Kardashian and Kris Houghton got married on July 8, 1978. He is best known for representing O.J. Simpson in his murder trial of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. They have four children: Kourtney was born in 1979, Kim in 1980, Khloe in 1984, and Rob Jr. in 1987. Robert and Kris divorced in 1991. They remained close friends until his death in 2003 from esophageal cancer.

Kris married retired Olympic decathlon athlete Bruce Jenner in April 1991, just one month after her divorce from Robert Kardashian became final. Bruce came out as a transgender woman in 2015 and is now Caitlyn Jenner. Kris and Caitlyn have two daughters: Kendall born in 1995 and Kylie, born in 1997.

The family has been featured on the E! reality television series “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” (and its various spinoffs) since October 2007. The family was estimated to make $65 million in 2010. They signed a deal with E! to keep the show on the air for three more years in 2012 for $40 million. It is said that they earned $10 million per season of the show. The 18th season of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” premiered in March 2020.

Robert Kardashian sr net worth $30 million

The late Robert Kardashian was born in Los Angeles in 1944. He attended the University of Southern California where he met O.J. Simpson and befriended him. Kardashian was the waterboy for the football team that O.J. Simpson was an integral member of. Kardashian went to law school at the University of San Diego. He practiced law for a decade before founding “Radio & Records,” a trade publication in 1973.

He sold the publication for a considerable profit in 1979. Kardashian also came up with the idea of playing music as filler in movie theaters. The idea proved to be profitable, and he started a company called Movie Tunes based on this premise. Robert Kardashian then connected with his old friend from college, OJ Simpson, to start a frozen yogurt company called Juice, Inc. They eventually started a music video production company called Concert Cinema. During this time, the Kardashian family and the Simpson family became extremely close, and a sense of loyalty was established between the two households.

OJ was so close to Robert Kardashian that he served as the best man at the latter’s wedding. Then, in 1994, Simpson allegedly murdered his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman and Simpson turned to his old college friend for representation in the murder trial. Robert died on September 30, 2003.

Kris Jenner: $37.5 million+

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In 2018, the matriarch’s net worth was estimated to be $37.5 million, according to Forbes, though she’s certainly exceeded that by now. Other outlets estimate the ‘Momager’ has a net worth of anywhere between $90 million and $140 million.

Credited as the mastermind behind the family’s fortune, aside from her KUWTK salary (she also serves as an executive producer on the show), her main source of income comes from her kids’ business deals.

Kris reportedly takes 10% of each of her daughters’ earnings.

And because she owns a profit interest in Kylie’s Kylie Cosmetics company, Forbes reported that Kris earned $60 million alone from her daughter’s 2019 deal with Coty.

Kourtney Kardashian: $35 million

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Newsweek’s 2018 report also listed Kourtney’s net worth at $35 million. The 41-year-old’s earnings come from a combination of ventures that include KUWTK (though she’s rumored to be stepping back from the show) and brand collaborations (like her 2017 collection with fashion retailer Pretty Little Thing).

Kourtney’s sponsored Instagram posts were also said to bring in six figures, with an estimate that the reality TV star earned $250,000 per post in 2017.

Additionally, Kourtney launched a lifestyle website, Poosh, in 2019, which includes a shoppable vertical where brands can sell their products directly through Kourtney’s site.

Kendall Jenner: $22 million

Last on the list is Kendall, who earned an estimated $22.5 million, according to Forbes’ 2018 highest-paid models list. With campaigns that included Estée Lauder, Adidas and Calvin Klein, Kendall out-earned her peers to take the number one spot.

Because the Forbes list was for modeling only, it’s a safe bet that Kendall is worth more than their estimate. Earnings from KUWTK and her Kendall + Kylie clothing line were likely not included.

It’s also unclear if her sponsored social media posts were added to her earnings, but those numbers would be significant if the $275,000 she was paid to promote Fyre Festival on her Instagram in 2017 is anything to go by. And she’s undoubtedly earned millions more from her work with Moon, the oral hygiene company she began co-collaborating with in 2019.

One thing the model has invested in is her LA home, which got her the September 2020 cover of Architectural Digest. https://embed.acast.com/tech-science-daily/apple-sfitness-shouldhaverivalsworried-expertssay-wednesday-16thseptember2020#amp=1

Kendall reportedly purchased the house, which formerly belonged to actor Charlie Sheen, in 2017 for $8.5 million. To make it her own, Kendall hired a design team that converted two of the home’s bedrooms into a glam room and a fitting room, and she added her collection of contemporary art as well.

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