The Kardashian family is not new to fame or money, as Kim's father, Robert Kardashian Sr., represented O.J. Simpson in the '90s.
Kim also worked as Brandy Norwood's stylist and Paris Hilton's assistant in the 2000s, after which Kim and her sisters launched their clothing boutique DASH.
The family shot to fame after launching Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which initially rode on the popularity of Kim's leaked sex tape with Ray J.
Kim used her reality TV fame to build herself as a successful entrepreneur, actor, fashion designer, and TV producer.
She also launched Skims in 2019, which is currently valued at $4 billion. She owns one-third of the shares, amounting to $1.32 billion.
Her $1 billion beauty product line, KKW, generated over $100 million in revenue, but it was closed to make way for her skincare line, SKKN.
Apart from these, she also earns a sizable income through paid Instagram sponsorships, ongoing reality TV appearances, and even a mobile game!
Not only that, but she has her own emoji line, million-dollar properties including Cindy Crawford's former Malibu home, and cars worth $2 million!
Forbes estimates Kim Kardashian's worth to be around $1.7 billion in 2023 and also included her in the Forbes 400 list this year.