Forget keeping up with the Kardashians, it’s all about Kylie Jenner. At 21-years-old, the reality star and makeup mogul has been named the youngest self-made billionaire in history, far surpassing the income of her famous siblings.

According to Forbes, Jenner brings in more earnings than Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg did when he hit the billionaire mark at age 23, beating him out for the title. The magazine previously acknowledged that the accolade goes to “someone who built a company or established a fortune on her own, rather than inheriting some or all of it.”

Over the years, Jenner has been endorsing a number of brands, including Nicole by OPI nail polish, a jewelry line, hair extensions, and a clothing line with PacSun alongside sister Kendall Jenner, The Kendall & Kylie collection. But she really thrived once she released her own makeup line in 2015, Kylie Cosmetics. Forbes estimates the beauty company is worth "at least $900 million."

Jenner told Forbes about becoming not only a billionaire but also the youngest one in the world, “I didn’t expect anything. I did not foresee the future. But [the recognition] feels really good. That’s a nice pat on the back.” 

She also acknowledged the power of social media on how she has been able to reach out to fans and promote her brand. At press time, Jenner had a cool 128 million followers just on Instagram.

“It’s the power of social media,” Jenner said. “I had such a strong reach before I was able to start anything.”

Comparatively, her sister Kendall one of the top supermodels in the world, has an estimated net worth of $30 million. Her half-sisters also have noteable net worths. Khloe Kardashian is worth an estimated $40 million, while Kim Kardashian West’s huddles around $350 million. Kourtney Kardashian, meanwhile, is estimated to be worth $35 million.

Kylie Jenner Kylie Jenner is now the first made self-billionaire in history. Here, Jenner attends the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 7, 2018 in New York City. Photo: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images