Here’s the Kardashian-Jenner’s crew net worth.
There’s no other family as good as the Kardashian-Jenner at self-promoting. Their show Keeping Up With The Kardashians will end after season 20 next year, the reality TV that made them earn millions and help them have their own multi-million companies.
In fact, as Forbes noted in 2016, the family mainly uses their KUWTK show for “advertising and branding opportunities.” While there is still some debate on who has reached billionaire status, here’s a ranking of each sister’s reported net worth.
1. Kim Kardashian: $900 million
She has been working on the red carpet circuit since the 2000’s when she was known for being Paris Hilton’s BFF.
Most of her money comes from her KKW Beauty line, which manufactures everything from foundation and lipstick to body makeup and fragrances.
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.
2. Kylie Jenner: $900 million
Like Kim, the bulk of the 22-year-old Kardashian net worth comes from her cosmetics company, Kylie Cosmetics. She also makes tons of money with sponsored posts on Instagram, according to a 2020 report from Instagram scheduling tool Hopper HQ, Kylie earns $986,000 per sponsored Instagram post.
3. Khloe Kardashian: $40 million
Khloe, besides receiving her salary for the family reality show KUWTK, earns money for her spin-off show (including Revenge Body) and for her clothing line, Good American, which she founded in 2016. She also makes an estimated $250,000 for each sponsored post on Instagram.
4. Kourtney Kardashian: $35 million
Her earnings come from KUWTK (although rumor has it that she’s stepping back from the show) and brand collaborations (like her 2017 collection with fashion retailer Pretty Little Thing).
The TV star also earns an estimated $250,000 per Instagram post. Additionally, Kourtney launched a lifestyle website, Poosh, in 2019.
5. Kendall Jenner: $22 million
According to Forbes 2018, Kendall was listed as one of the highest-paid models with earnings as much as $22.5 million. She also makes tons of money with her Kendall + Kylie clothing line. Her Instagram sponsored posts to add at least $275,000 each.