Nov 19, 2023

Kim Kardashian’s $1.2B net worth trumps little sister Kylie Jenner’s fortune in new Forbes expose

KIM Kardashian has trumped her little sister, Kylie Jenner's fortune.

It has been revealed that Kim has made more money than Kylie.

Over the year, Kim, 42, is worth over $1.2billion while Kylie, 25, is worth $680million, according to a new Forbes expose.

Coming in third place for the richest women in America — behind Oprah Winfrey and Rihanna — the Skims founder is entering the world of acting as she will star alongside Emma Roberts in the 12th season of American Horror Story.

Kim owns a 35 percent stake in the shapewear company.

Along with SKIMS, the mother of four has a private equity firm called SKKY Partners as well as a skincare line titled SKKN.

Kylie made the list of Richest Self-Made Women Under 40 and took the number one spot with over $680million dollars to her name.

Last year, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians alum was worth over $80million, but sold a 51 percent stake of her makeup company, Kylie Cosmetics to Coty for $600million. Thus, increasing her worth.

Even though Kim is a billionaire, she makes sure to keep her four children: North, 9, Saint, 7, Chicago, 5, and Psalm, 4, grounded.

In a new episode of the Hulu series, The Kardashians, Kim admitted that she forbids North from watching TV to protect her from the drama between Kim and her ex-Kanye West.

She said she carefully monitors their online activity and more.

Kim opened up about dealing with her ex-husband's attacks and shielding her children from the drama.

The Skims mogul confessed to her mom Kris Jenner how difficult it is, revealing that she spent a lot of time and energy acting as the clean-up crew after Kanye's crude comments, online feuds, and more.

Kris responded: "Imagine trying to explain this to a nine-year-old, North, who I'm sure is hearing something and maybe she won't say it.

"And that's what breaks my heart."

She appeared stunned as the mom of four revealed: "She actually doesn't know and that's what's so crazy is like when stuff is said, it's a chain to my whole household. No TV, only Apple TV.

"I can't risk an Access Hollywood 'coming up next' or anything on the news coming up next about what their dad mentioned and they want to watch."

She concluded, appearing to get a little choked up: "I have to figure out a way to, like, protect and so they still haven't seen anything but I go into crisis mode."

In a confessional interview, she said of the conflict with Kanye: "I am the one being accused for so many things and blamed for so many things and it really, really is hurtful and it sucks but I can control how I react and I can control if I'm a mess then my kids will see that."

Just this month, The U.S. Sun exclusively reported that on May 15, Kylie filed various trademarks under the names Kylie Hair, Kylie Hair by Kylie Jenner, Kylie Baby, Kylie Baby by Kylie Jenner, Kylie, and Kylie Jenner.

For Kylie Hair, she's planning to release various products, including hair care products, shampoos, conditioners, styling irons, a hair dryer, and hairbrushes.

Another trademark for Kylie Hair specified: "Providing information about commercial business and commercial information via the global computer network; retail store services featuring gifts, hair care products, hair styling products, and hair styling tools."

Kylie's trademark for Kylie Baby by Kylie Jenner includes products for diaper rash ointments, skin serums, bath and shower gels, cosmetics, hair styling preparations, nail polish, fragrances, textiles for home furnishings, furniture, baby bouncers, nursing pillows, play yards, diapers, strollers, baby bottles, supplements, and more.

Under Kylie Baby, the business mogul detailed the trademarks are specifically for: "Apparel and various clothing items, baby food, infant formula, baby feeding products, nursing products, stroller accessories, baby carriers, purses, wallets, and furniture."

Lastly, Kylie was sure to submit trademarks for her first name and her full name.

The Kylie Jenner and Kylie trademarks detailed: "Providing information about commercial business and commercial information via the global computer network.

"Retail store services featuring gifts, general consumer merchandise, apparel, apparel accessories, furniture, home accessories, cookware, namely, pots and pans, dinnerware, food and drink products, printed publications, toys, sporting goods, beauty products, cosmetics, skincare, fragrances, calendars, gift wrap, phone cases, pins and buttons.

She also included: "Arranging and conducting special events for commercial, promotional or advertising purposes" in the filing.