It’s no secret that the Kardashian-Jenner family is rich, but you might be surprised to find out just how rich. Thanks to a seemingly surreal level of fame, the reality stars have a staggering financial status that is sparked by — and boosts — both their notoriety and influence.
While most fans of the family are likely aware of the fact that Kylie Jenner was deemed a billionaire in 2019, her relatives aren’t doing too shabby either. In fact, they each earn amounts that most people could only dream of thanks to endorsement deals, product lines, and, of course, their long-running series, Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
Kris Jenner, the family’s matriarch, talked to the New York Times in 2015 about what it took to get the family where they are today, saying, “There’s a lot of people that have great ideas and dreams and whatnot, but unless you’re willing to work really, really hard, and work for what you want, it’s never going to happen.”
This work ethic has certainly paid off which is why nowadays the family’s net worth is likely much (much!) higher than you realize.
Kris Jenner gets a piece of everyone's pie
Thanks to Kris Jenner’s business-savviness, Forbes estimates her to be worth around $37.5 million in 2018, while Celerity Net Worth bumps that up to a whopping $90 million. The family’s “momager” (a term she trademarked) reportedly banked a $15 million fee in 2017, according to TMZ, thanks to the contract she negotiated with E! for Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which she appears on while also acting as an executive producer.
And as her family’s manager, she earns 10 percent of their pay — more than fair since the standard is 15 percent — which means she takes in a hefty fee whenever one of her six children (and ten grandchildren, who have also gotten into the swing of things) scores a major money-making deal, or rather, when she scores a deal for them.
But that’s not where her income stream ends. Kris has also nabbed impressive endorsement deals, released an autobiography called “Kris Jenner…and All Things Kardashian” in 2011, and put out her “In the Kitchen with Kris: a Kollection of Kardashian-Jenner Family Favorites” cookbook in 2014. It’s a lot, but perhaps the best summary of Kris’ status these days came in 2019. That summer, she appeared standing over her youngest child, Kylie Jenner (as well as Kylie’s little one, Stormi) on a trio of highly stylish covers for Harper’s Bazaar Arabia with the formidable caption, “The Art of Power.”
Caitlyn Jenner's net worth is the result of decades of hustle
Although she’s no longer married to Kris Jenner, Caitlyn Jenner is still a part of the family, and still pulling in massive amounts of money. With an estimated net worth of around $100 million, Caitlyn started making bank in 1970s, first as a gold medal-winning Olympic athlete, who scored lucrative endorsement deals, then changing lanes and winning medals (and award money) as a race car driver.
She also dabbles in other business ventures, such as Bruce Jenner Aviation, which sells aircraft supplies, and JennerNet, a staffing industry software application, according to the Daily Mail. That’s not to mention her bestselling 2017 memoir The Secrets of My Life, speaking engagements which earn her at least $75,000 per gig, and partnerships like her collaboration with MAC cosmetics.
And while Caitlyn may not be popping up on Keeping Up With the Kardashians as often these days, she went on to star in her own short-lived reality show I Am Cait after coming out as transgendered. However, she told Vanity Fair in 2015, “I’m not doing it for money. I’m doing it to help my soul and help other people.” But that doesn’t mean she won’t enjoy her designer wardrobe and mansion in Malibu.
Kourtney Kardashian used her wealth to launch a lifestyle brand
The eldest Kardashian-Jenner sibling sets the tone by being a millionaire in her own right. Kourtney Kardashian enjoys an estimated net worth of around $45 million, which she’s earned in part by both appearing on Keeping Up With the Kardashians and acting as an executive producer like her mother. Thanks to the duel duty, she reportedly takes in more than $4.5 million per season for the popular show that doesn’t look like it will be winding down any time soon, as of this writing.
However, longtime fans will know that Kourtney’s money-making ventures also once included DASH, a boutique she owned and operated with younger sisters Kim Kardashian and Khloé Kardashian, who also joined Kourtney for the respective KUWTK spinoffs, Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami and Kourtney and Khloé Take The Hamptons, and Kourtney and Kim Take New York and Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.
Kourtney is also keen on endorsement deals which is why you’ll see her along with the rest of her sisters in their “Calvins,” and she’s just as eager to leverage her influence which is why she launched Poosh in 2019. The lifestyle brand features health tips, décor ideas, style advice, and recipes along with the occasional glimpse at the jet-setting, luxurious, and dreamy ways the super-rich reality star spends her days.
Kim Kardashian went from reality star to entrepreneur
At times, it seems like the family’s reality show should be called Keeping Up With Kim due to the fact that the second-oldest sibling is so busy with business-related ventures, which is why she’s estimated to have a net worth of $350 Million. Another star and executive producer of Keeping Up With the Kardashians who likely takes in more than $4.5 million per season, she also struck gold with her “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” mobile game and her personalized emoji (or rather, Kimoji). Of course, there’s also the fortune she rakes in by reportedly charging almost a million dollars per Instagram post, something she won’t be shamed for doing. “If there is work that is really easy that doesn’t take away from our kids … if someone was faced with the same job opportunities, I think they would maybe consider,” she told The New York Times. “You’re going to get backlash for almost everything so as long as you like it or believe in it or it’s worth it financially, whatever your decision may be, as long as you’re O.K. with that.”
But she doesn’t only lend her name to other companies, she also has lucrative lines of her own. Her KKW Fragrance launches have swept across social media more than once leading to staggering sales, and according to The Times, in 2017, Kim sold an estimated $14.4 million worth of product in the first five minutes launching her KKW Beauty line. Keeping up with Kim, indeed.
Khloé Kardashian makes no apologies for her net worth
The youngest Kardashian sister is sitting pretty with $50 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Another Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and executive producer (again, meaning she probably makes above $4.5 million per season) and a fan of endorsement deals, Khloé Kardashian’s vast reality TV experience helped her nail the opportunity when she premiered her own show, Revenge Body in 2017. Mimicking Khloé’s own efforts in front of the cameras over the years, the show features people who want to improve their lives by improving their health and fitness.
Khloé’s body-positive vibe also inspired Good American, her clothing brand that is “designed for a curvier, sexier, and stronger shape.” The brand scored the biggest denim launch in history when it hit the market in 2016, earning $1 million on the first day, according to a press release from the company which included a statement from the founder, saying that “this is only the beginning.”
If she intends to expand her empire, it’s a good thing that Khloé’s already getting used to unsolicited opinions on her lavish lifestyle. When the single mom was criticized for giving her baby girl, True, expensive gifts, Khloé reportedly responded by writing, “Yes, I do choose to spoil my daughter. I want to spoil her with love and as well with material items. … We all work hard and we are able to spend our money in the way that we choose.” Fair enough.
Rob is one fortunate Kardashian son
Rob Kardashian may not be wheeling and dealing quite as much as his sisters, but he’s still reportedly worth an estimated $10 million. Along with his Keeping Up With the Kardashians earnings, Kris Jenner’s only son also scored his own reality show, Rob & Chyna, while in a (volatile) relationship with Blac Chyna, and showed off his moves — while bringing in another paycheck — as a contestant on season 13 of Dancing With the Stars.
He’s also dipped his toe into the apparel market by launching Arthur George socks, but according to The Blast, he was forced to sell half of the company to his mom in 2018, which came after he had to give up his home in Calabasas that Kris reportedly bought him in 2016 and sold in 2017 for $2.44 million.
While Rob has mostly stepped away from the spotlight these days, his financial situation is occasionally made public due to legal battles with Chyna over child support payments for their daughter Dream who deserves a “luxury lifestyle,” according to her mom. It seems like Rob might want to start selling more than socks if he’s going to improve his income.
Kendall Jenner's net worth comes from the catwalk and the Gram
Kendall Jenner is forging her own money-making path right down the runway. She’s sauntered her way to an estimated $40 million fortune, with Forbes estimating that the reality star was the highest-paid model in both 2017 and 2018, bringing in $22.5 million in just twelve months thanks to contracts with top brands like Estée Lauder, Adidas, and Calvin Klein.
According to The New York Times, Captiv8 marketing firm revealed that Kendall also made $26.5 million in 2018 for 53 sponsored Instagram posts, which means that it was one heck of a year for the influencer. And then there was that $250,000 The Times says she was paid to promote the disastrous Fyre Festival which followed her controversial Pepsi ad. “You never know how these things are going to turn out, sometimes it’s a risk,” she told The Times regarding the festival. “I definitely do as much research as I can, but sometimes there isn’t much research you can do because it’s a starting brand and you kind of have to have faith in it and hope it will work out the way people say it will.” Obviously, it doesn’t always work out, but that apparently hasn’t hurt Kendall’s bottom line.
Kylie Jenner's net worth eclipses the rest of the clan
Kylie Jenner may be the youngest KarJen sibling, but if reports are to be believed, she may have more money than anyone else in her wildly wealthy family. Recognized by Forbes in 2019 as the world’s youngest billionaire at just 21 years old, Kylie probably doesn’t have that much money just sitting in the bank. In fact, Celebrity Net Worth suggests that star is more likely to have around $300 million.
Earning $4.5 million per season for Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and previously collaborating on a clothing line with her sister Kendall, accepting endorsement deals, and launching a mobile app, Kylie’s famous face and loyal following also helped her become a money-making machine when she introduced her now wildly popular Lip Kits in 2015. The company soon transformed into Kylie Cosmetics and became one of the bestselling brands in the highly competitive makeup industry, branching out into skincare with Kylie Skin in 2019.
Although Kylie certainly enjoys the fruits of her labor, she’s also incredibly smart with her money and has invested in multiple properties that are likely to see a hefty return, including her houses in Beverly Hills ($13.45 million) and Hidden Hills ($12 million).
“I didn’t expect anything. I did not foresee the future,” she said while discussing her success with Forbes. “But [the recognition] feels really good. That’s a nice pat on the back.”
Brandon Jenner's relatively lower net worth is still something to sing about
Despite once having a reality show, The Princes of Malibu, with his younger brother, Brody Jenner, as well as popping up on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Brandon Jenner no longer seems to be pursuing a career in front of the camera. Instead, the son of Caitlyn Jenner and actress Linda Thompson makes money these days as a producer and musician. Previously performing with his wife under the moniker Brandon & Leah, the duo stopped making music together when they split in 2018, and in 2019, Brandon released a single “Death of Me” from his solo EP, Plan on Feelings.
Brandon explained to Us Weekly that his family’s fame isn’t necessarily a good thing for his career, revealing that Keeping Up With the Kardashians has affected how people perceive him. “When people hear … my last name, ‘Jenner,’ I think that they’re quicker to write me off and not necessarily even want to give my music a chance because of it,” he said. “I sometimes am almost a little ashamed of it, because I feel like people are going to have this preconceived notion that I’m just, kind of, like a spoiled kid that doesn’t really have anything to say, right? And hasn’t struggled in their life.”
Of course, Brandon’s struggle wasn’t financial — Celebrity Net Worth pegs his bank account in the $1million range. “I’ve struggled … on an emotional level,” he told the tab.
Brody Jenner is spinning playlists into pay dirt
Brody Jenner has attempted a few different avenues with his career, but in 2019, he returned to his roots. After a few modeling gigs and reality TV stints, including Keeping Up With the Kardashians, The Hills, Bromance, and, of course, Princes of Malibu along with his big brother Brandon, Brody took a few years to focus on his music. But while Brandon took on the role of a singer-songwriter and guitarist, Brody made a name for himself as a DJ.
However, fans were thrilled when The Hills: New Beginnings was announced, a 2019 reboot of the original reality show which would bring back the old-school cast, including Brody. While there’s no news regarding how much he was paid to revive the onscreen drama via the reunion with his former friends and foes, the job will certainly help to boost his net worth, which is estimated to be around $10 million.
Kanye West's net worth has him living that good life
Even those who have married into the Kardashian-Jenner family are worth their fair share. Kanye West found fame as a rapper and producer before getting together with Kim Kardashian, but it’s not only Kanye’s music that brings in the big bucks — although it has earned him millions of dollars as well as over 20 Grammy Awards.
Kanye also dabbles in innovative ideas, including buying into Jay-Z’s Tidal streaming service in 2015 (before bailing out in 2017), and telling Fader in 2018 that he wants to open a factory in Chicago that will build flying-cars with former Tesla workers.
However, Kanye took his fortune to another level when he teamed up with Adidas to create his Yeezy shoes, while he owns his Yeezy clothing brand outright. Thanks to the fact that his line earned an estimated $1 billion in just 12 months, according to Forbes, Kanye personally raked in $100 million between June 2018 and June 2019, putting his overall estimated worth at anywhere between $150 million and $250 million. Not bad for someone who once reportedly claimed to be $53 million in debt, and explained in his song “The Good Life” that “having money’s not everything, not having it is.”
Just being Kardashian adjacent has help Scott Disick's net worth
Even though the man who calls himself Lord Disick is no longer in a relationship with Kourtney Kardashian, Scott Disick, who is the father of Kourt’s three children, is still considered a member of the family. And while he certainly doesn’t make as much as the siblings do for their work on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, his appearances on the show have both boosted his bank account and his profile, which has led to other lucrative opportunities and an estimated net worth of around $20 million.
Along with various business ventures, Disick also takes on paid hosting gigs that earn him some rather impressive fees. For instance, he was reportedly paid $50,000 for appearing at Harrah’s Pool After Dark in Atlantic City in 2014.
But his biggest project to date might be his 2019 reality show, Flip It Like Disick, which sees the leading man buy and sell luxury homes while also helping his famous friends, like French Montana and Steve Aoki, upgrade their own million-dollar mansions. In the series’ preview, Disick announces, “The Lord is back!” We’ll have to wait to see if this reality TV resurrection leads to a further fortune for this star.
You can find Travis Scott's net worth displayed on his Instagram
Welcome to the family, Travis Scott! The rapper, who has been in a relationship with Kylie Jenner since 2017 and is the father of her daughter Stormi, is one of the newest additions to the group of incredibly rich relatives. But, thanks to his estimated net worth of $40 million, he surely fits in just fine.
The cash has been flowing easily for Scott not only due to his wildly popular music, but also because of his incredibly successful Astro World Tour. The record-setting slew of shows — which Kylie promoted to more than 142 million fans — reportedly brought in $34.3 million in the first three months, including a whopping $1.7 million for a single show in Los Angeles.
Like the Kardashian-Jenners themselves, Scott isn’t shy about showing off his wealth on social media. He often posts glimpses of luxe possessions, like his high-priced cars, diamond-covered jewelry, and, per BET, a “one-of-a-kind Kaws x Campana chair” that he purchased for Stormi, which was designed by an artist whose work has “been auctioned off for anywhere between $100,000 to $2.5 million.” But, honestly, she probably needed the chair to match her Kaws toys. Only the best for this family.
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