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There are few narratives in modern celebrity culture as unexpected as the ascent of the Kardashian-Jenner family. When they first appeared on America's televisions in 2007 as the stars of E!'s reality series Keeping Up With the Kardashians, few could have guessed that within nine years, daughter Kim would become a massive, global celebrity; that patriarch (and former Olympian) Bruce would transition to Caitlyn; that matriarch Kris would sit atop a billion-dollar empire—or that the youngest daughter, Kylie, just 9 when the show launched, would find herself an online superstar, budding entrepreneur and millennial icon.