Who is the richest member of the family after Kim Kardashian?

Can you guess who is the second richest member of the money-spinning clan?

Obviously, Kim K rakes in the most dollar.

The Kardashian-Jenners (Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Yeezy Season 3)

You would be forgiven for picking Momanager Kris Jenner – who is surely taking a slice of the pie for fixing many of her daughters’ deals. Or maybe fitness fanatic Khloe, who adorned a string of magazine covers last year and even fronted her own show ‘Kocktails With Khloe’.

Let’s face it, they’re all rolling in dough.

But it is the youngest sibling, Kylie Jenner, who is one step behind the 36-year-old megastar, finding herself on Forbes’ ’30 Under 30′ list of young business standouts after launching her own cosmetics company Kylie Cosmetics.

Kylie’s famously plumped lips have become her best selling point. The company produce lip kits, among other beauty products, that are making her a fortune.

Kylie Jenner

The respected financial bible says of the ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star, pictured above: “The reality TV star’s Kylie Cosmetics line has gone from strength to strength, with each incarnation of her $29 lip kits selling out upon release.

“Sources close to the teenager suggest the glosses did seven figures in revenues in 2016 alone. Jenner also puts her name to an apparel line, alongside model sister Kendall.”

As well as being the youngest child of Kris, 61, Kylie is also the youngest mogul to make the it onto the 2017 list.


While Kylie is making waves in the cosmetics world, she also dabbles in real estate, having recently bought a sprawling $4.5 million four-acre property next door to the $6 million luxury home she has in Hidden Hills, California.

However, Kylie’s impressive $18 million per year fortune is meagre compared to her big sister’s financial worth.

Forbes estimates that the ‘Selfish’ author – who has North, three, and Saint, 12 months, with her husband Kanye West – made a whopping $51 million last year.

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