Can you keep up with the Kardashians?
Allow us to shed some light on the very "Brady Bunch" Kardashian family tree: The Kardashians — Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian and Rob Kardashian — are children to former O.J. Simpson lawyer Robert Kardashian and Kris Jenner (nee Houghton). She divorced Kardashian and married Bruce Jenner, who had Brandon Jenner and Brody Jenner from a previous marriage to Linda Thompson. (He also has another son and daughter from his first marriage to Chrystie Crownover.) Kris Jenner and Bruce Jenner later had two daughters, Kylie and Kendall Jenner, who are also featured on the family's reality TV series. And then there are the love interests and babies. Click though for a better idea of who's who and why they're famous. (E! /April 1, 2013)
Just because Kim Kardashian gave birth a few days ago to her first child doesn't mean her sister Khloe Kardashian isn't going to try to grab at least a few beams of the media spotlight.
Khloe, featured in E!'s "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" while her reality series with her fading basketball husband, Lamar Odom, remains on hold, spent Wednesday hyping the new Kardashian Sun Kissed sunless tanning lotion line at a beauty store in Burbank.
With half of her hair wrapped up in a bizarre set of cornrows, Khloe unveiled Sun Kissed as a lotion "designed to deliver a healthy looking, bronzed complexion reminicent of the Kardashian sisters' signature golden head-to-toe glow."
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According to a press release, Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian are "often asked about their self-tanning regimen" and "made it their mission to deliver something special to their fans." The line is "carefully crafted by the Kardashian sisters."
Khloe's promoting the new line while celebrating the newest member of the Kardashian family probably makes sense. After all, baby probably needs a new pair of shoes!
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