As you almost certainly know by now, Kylie Jenner is officially the world's youngest "self-made" billionaire.
Like so many others, we feel compelled to put "self-made" in quotes because, let's face it -- Kylie had a lot of help in reaching her current financial status.
Kylie was born to wealth and privilege that few can even fathom.
But that's not to take away from the fact that she cunningly took advantage of every opportunity that was offered to her.
After all, Kylie's five siblings enjoyed similar entitlements, but, well -- none of them has amassed a 10-figure net worth, have they?
Obviously, Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Rob, and Kendall all enjoy rather comfortable lifestyles, but did any of them feel a twinge of jealousy when their little sister became a billionaire before she could legally drink?
Believe it or not, Kourney answered that question in candid fashion during her recent appearance on syndicated talk show The Real.
Asked by the panel of hosts exactly how she feels about Kylie's staggering wealth, Kourt laid her cards on the table -- and she may have snuck in a little trash talk as a bonus:
“Probably subconsciously it makes us feel like, ‘When is it enough?'” Kourtney said.
“And that’s a thing I always think to myself, ‘When is it enough?’ Because I don’t like missing out on certain things like doing my kids’ homework or certain after-school activities for different things like that,” Kourtney explained.
Kourtney has a reputation for being the least-confrontational member of her family, but it's possible she's just mastered the art of extremely subtle shade-throwing.
In all likelihood, her comments were prompted not by jealousy, but by concern for her little sister.
After all, in addition to beling a billionaire, Kylie is a mother.
It would be a lot to take on at any age, and Kylie is just 22 years old.
But those who know her best say Stormi's mom has a knack for going with the flow, a tendency that seems to be reflected in her recent comments about going from rich to ridiculously wealthy.
“I didn’t expect anything. I did not forsee the future,” Kylie told Forbes.
“But [the recognition] feels really good. That’s a nice pat on the back.”
Kylie owns 100 percent of her cosmetics line, and while she prides herself on putting out a quality product, she's under no delusions about why the brand took off so quickly:
“It’s the power of social media,” Kylie told the finance mag. “I had such a strong reach before I was able to start anything.”
Asked how her sisters feel about her success, Kylizzle admitted that she'd occasionally the butt of good-natured jokes:
“When we’re in a group chat talking about where we should go for a trip, they’re like, ‘Kylie? You going to pay for it?’” Kylie said. “Just stuff like that.”
“They just joke with me, just sister love. They’re all really proud of me, for sure.”