There’s no doubt that the Kardashian-Jenner’s are the most famous family in the world, so it’s no wonder that their safety is put into question every single day.
The famous family — worth millions of dollars each — have faced issues in the past with countless stalkers following their every move and compromising their safety at home, and let’s not forget Kim Kardashian West’s violent 2016 robbery in Paris.
Now, Caitlyn Jenner, who was once married to Kris Jenner, has revealed that her daughter, Kylie Jenner, spends hundreds of thousands of dollars on private security.
During a conversation she held while on a stint on the UK version of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here, Jenner admitted that Kylie, 22, would spend “anywhere between $300,000 (AUD $443,000) and $400,000 (AUD $591,000) a month.”
“A ton of money,” she admitted.
Jenner added that it was “sad” that her daughters, including Kendall Jenner, 24, had to grow up with such protection, however, it has become a way of life.
“They’re used to it. They’ve been doing it forever,” she said. “They like the security guys there.”
Jenner’s appearance on the show has given fans a rare glimpse inside the famous family (and some serious intel) from her perspective — one we haven’t really heard since she came out as a trans woman in April 2015.
In fact, Jenner also opened up about her relationship with step-daughter Khloe Kardashian — one that has been famously strained.
“I went through every kid and Khloe for some reason was p***ed off about something through this whole process. It’s been five or six years and I really haven’t talked to her since.”
During another conversation, Jenner compared her family to the British royal family.
“Do you think the Queen watches this show? … This is a big show in the U.K. I wonder if the royal family is watching — what if the Queen watches?” she asked her camp mates.
“Because in some way, I’m part of the royal family of entertainment. One royal family meets the other royal family, you know.”
WATCH: Caitlyn reflects on being the “royal family of entertainment”.