As the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Kylie Jenner is the the latest to find her way into controversy after a wild birthday celebration. Since she’s grown up watching her famous family, she has the luxury of learning from their experiences (mistakes and all). The reality TV princess turned 17 last week, which means she’s one year closer to becoming a full-fledged adult or star in her own spin-off. In between VIP treatment and partying, have her older siblings passed along any words of wisdom to their baby sister?
From Kim’s sex tape to Khloe’s heartbreaking divorce from Lamar Odom, the Kardashians and Jenners have been through it all — mostly while the cameras were rolling. And after seven seasons of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, it’s clear no scandal can break this family up. At the end of the day, they remain as close as they were when we were first introduced to them umpteen years ago. As Kylie continues to mature into an independent young woman, there are individual life lessons to be learned from her brothers and sisters. All 78 of them.
What Kylie can learn from Kourtney Kardashian: How to not give a flying f–k, while actually giving a f–k.Kourtney pretends not to care about anything 95 percent of the time, and basically coined the acronym “YOLO.” (Sorry, Drake.) On Keeping Up With the Kardashians, we’ve seen times when she’s opened up and let us peak into the dark depths of her soul. She’s carefree and hilarious on the outside, but cynical and sometimes sad on the inside. So complex.