Now there are plenty of things we would all like to know about the Kardashians, AKA the family who earn money simply for inviting cameras into their lives to document their every move.
With the constant speculations flying round as to which members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan are pregnant, we have become fascinated by them more than ever before.
Gossip truly does make the world go around, even if it is based on something as ordinary as having kids.
And we can claim to despise the endless stream of headlines that the family generate on an almost daily basis, but let’s face it, we love hearing about them.
We are fascinated by the way in which this media-savvy bunch have turned their family into a multi-million dollar empire.
But have you ever wondered how their lucrative paycheck is divided? Is it divided equally? Is it shared out based on how much screen time each family member gets?
Well, when Kris Jenner appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week, she delved into just that.
While Ellen was desperate to get an exclusive out of the controversial “momager”, Kris refrained from answering any questions on which of her daughters is or isn’t expecting a child.
However, in true entrepreneurial spirit, she was perfectly willing to discuss not only how much her family is worth but how she divides their paycheck between her kids.
The bizarre thing is ratings have been far from impressive for a while now, still there’s no denying that people love hearing any kind of gossip in relation to the family.
After a decade of proving that their family is the goldmine that just keeps on giving, E!, the network which airs Keeping Up With The Kardashians re-signed the family until 2020 for an eye-watering sum of money.