Rob Kardashian has become the most low-key member of the family. His $10 million fortune, calculated by Celebrity Net Worth, is mainly thanks to previous stints on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” and its spin-off “Rob & Chyna.”
Rob also founded Arthur George Socks, which got a boost from a 2017 collaboration with the Kylie Shop, one of his youngest sister’s ventures.
Kendall Jenner boasts a collaborative clothing company with her sister Kylie; has lucrative endorsement deals with brands like Adidas, Calvin Klein, and Mango; and is the face of companies including Estée Lauder and La Perla.
She also happens to be the highest-paid model in the world, raking in $22 million in 2017 alone, according to Forbes.
Celebrity Net Worth currently estimates Kendall to be worth $30 million.
As the current season of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” has made clear, Kourtney Kardashianis less interested in business ventures than her sisters.
Kourtney’s primary source of income is her starring role on the reality show, which nets her about $4.3 million each year, according to a 2016 Forbes analysis. This income, however, has likely increased since the family signed a $150 million joint media deal with E! in 2017.
The eldest sister’s supplementary income is drawn from various brand deals, such as her campaigns with PrettyLittleThing and Fashion Nova, plus an endorsement with Manuka Doctor skin care products. Celebrity Net Worth estimates that Kourtney currently sits at $35 million.
Khloe Kardashian’s earnings have grown dramatically over the past few years. In 2013, Forbes estimated her yearly earnings to be $10 million; in 2016, it had jumped to $15 million.
During those years, Khloe capitalized on her weight loss by penning a best-seller, “Strong Looks Better Naked.” She also launched the clothing company Good American in 2016, which made $1 million on its first day and rapidly became the biggest denim launch in apparel history, according to Fashionista.
In 2018, Bankrate estimates her net worth to be $40 million. She is currently producing a new true crime series, hosts and executive produces E!’s “Revenge Body,” and enjoys numerous brand deals; Amazon even sponsored her recent baby shower.
Kris Jenner profits from her starring role and executive producer credit on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” – and, as the family’s “momager,” she famously takes 10% of her kids’ earnings as well.
A 2016 Forbes analysis put Kris’ yearly earnings at a measly $11.5 million, but considering the deals she has brokered for her children in the past two years, it seems safe to assume that those earnings have increased. Celebrity Net Worth puts her current net worth at $60 million.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Caitlyn Jenner is worth a whopping $100 million. This may be thanks in large part to her spin-off reality show, “I Am Cait,” and best-selling memoir, “The Secrets of My Life.”
Caitlyn also frequents the public speaking circuit, boasts numerous endorsement deals with big-name companies like MAC, and retains several deals tied to her legacy as an Olympic athlete.
Kim Kardashian West made Forbes magazine’s fourth annual list of “America’s Richest Self-Made Women” for the first time in 2018. It estimates that she is worth $350 million.
As perhaps the best known of all Kardashian-Jenner family members, Kim has leveraged her name and reality TV infamy. In the past few years, she has successfully launched a mobile game (Kim Kardashian: Hollywood), an emoji app (Kimoji), a cosmetics company (KKW Beauty), and a line of perfumes (KKW Fragrance).
Kylie Jenner graced the cover of Forbes magazine’s August 2018 issue and fourth annual list of “America’s Richest Self-Made Women.” Forbes estimates that Jenner (now 21 years old, but just 20 when the story was published), is “conservatively” worth $900 million. This may soon make her the youngest self-made billionaire ever, according to the magazine’s definition of “self-made.”
The vast majority of that sum is thanks to her company Kylie Cosmetics, which Forbes estimates to be worth nearly $800 million. She also makes millions from her family’s reality show, her own show “Life of Kylie,” endorsement deals with brands like Puma and PacSun, and Instagram ads.