"I don't remember how it was before [I was famous] because I was nine when this all started," she said Wednesday at the grand opening of Sugar Factory in Hollywood, Calif. "So it's kind of like I grew up into it. It's kind of like I don't know any different."
Since then, she and sister Kendall Jenner, 18, have used that fame to their advantage.
"We're still working on our Pac Sun line. We have a jewelry line at Nordstrom and we're coming out with a book that we're really excited about," Kylie said. "I would love to in the future maybe create my own line and branch away from Kendall and continue Pac Sun."
"[Maybe] try acting or something. I have no clue," she added.
But just because Kylie can't remember life before being famous doesn't mean she's taking it for granted.
"Its brought me such great things," she said. "I'm so grateful for everything."
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