Kim Kardashian and her sister Kendall Jenner have opened up about the surprising reactions they received when Keeping Up With The Kardashians first aired.
The family's reality show launched back in 2007, off the back of Kim's new-found fame and notoriety that followed the release of her sex tape.
It focused on Kim, 38, and her sisters, as well as her mum Kris Jenner and stepfather Bruce, and followed a format previously set out by Ozzy Osbourne's show The Osbournes.
It pushed the whole family to a new level of fame, including the two youngest children, Kendall and Kylie, who were both just kids when the show began.
However, Kendall, 23, insisted the show really didn't change her life as not that many younger people were watching it.
Speaking on the Emmy Awards red carpet last night, she said: "We were all pretty young, a lot of the kids weren't really watching it.
"But I do remember having a very positive association with it.
"Like my friends weren't weird about it, they weren't mean, it was none of that so it was actually ok.
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