They call the show Keeping Up With The Kardashians like it’s easy to follow this crazy brood’s lives. Like we can just casually know what all 19 central family members are doing at all times. Like it’s not a full-time job, watching their every move.
With all these bonus family members emerging and the Jenner fam getting in on the publicity action, it’s actually really hard to Keep Up With The Kardashians. They keep multiplying. All the engagements and children and marriages and divorces and contracts and fashion collections and car crashes and squabbles and paparazzi and…
So, we created the ultimate Kardashian/Jenner Family Tree for you so you know who’s who in the
zoo mansion. Don’t even attempt to explain this family without your handy visual aid. Don’t even try!
There was simply no other way to do this properly than to whip out scissors and a glue stick.
Behold: Your ultimate Kardashian Family Tree.
Confused? Overwhelmed? Relieved?
Let’s break it down a little further.
Kristen Houghton (aka Kris) married Robert Kardashian in 1978. He became famous (and rich) for defending OJ Simpson in court. They had four children: Kourtney (1979), Kim (1980), Khloe (1984) and Rob (1987). They divorced in 1991 and Robert died in 2003 from cancer.
One month after her divorce from Kardashian, Kris married Bruce Jenner. He became famous (and rich) for being an Olympian. They had two daughters: Kendall (1995) and Kylie (1997). They separated in October 2013.
Bruce Jenner is therefore the stepfather of Kourtney, Kim, Khloe and Robert.
He has four other biological children from previous relationships:
Then, there was Linda, with whom Bruce had Brody and Brandon. Brody and Brandon appear on KUWTK, and Brody’s well-known for dating Whitney Port, Lauren Conrad, and Kristin Cavillari on The Hills.
You already know the most famous Kardashians, presumably.
Which brings us up KIMYE: Kim and Kanye are engaged to be married in August, and they have their very famous baby, North West, who was born on 15 June, 2013.
AND THERE YOU HAVE IT. THE FAM.