It's no surprise that the Kardashian-Jenner clan fills up the top spots in Forbes' ranking of the highest-earning reality stars.
In total, the publication estimates the tight-knit clan made nearly $122.5 million from June 2015 to June 2016, placing members of the family in the top six spots of the ranking. And, of course, Kim Kardashian comes out on top.
Forbes estimates the 36-year-old makes about $51 million—40% of which she racked up from her mobile game, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. Her other earnings come from a mix of her Instagram endorsements, her app and her Kimojis.
Interestingly enough, Kylie Jenner falls directly behind Kim in second place with $18 million and is the youngest person on the top-earning reality star list.
Her profits come from a lot of side gigs, including product lines with Pacsun, Topshop, Puma, Sinful Colors nail polish and, you guessed it, her $29 Kylie Cosmetics lip kits. She also sees profits from her app as well as her Kendall & Kylie mobile game.
Kendall Jenner falls in the third-ranked spot with $17 million thanks to her modeling gigs, her app and the mobile game she shares with Kylie.
Khloe Kardashian comes fourth with $15 million, while Kris Jennertakes the next spot at $11.5 million. Kourtney Kardashian rounds out the six with an estimated $10 million.
Just to give you something to reference, the highest-earning Real Housewives star, Bethenny Frankel, racked in about $8.5 million due to payouts from selling her Skinnygirl alcohol brand.
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