Kendall and Kylie Jenner, the younger sisters in the extended Kardashian clan, are the new cover stars of Teen Vogue. They don't have their own reality show on E! yet, but they've built up quite a following of fans for only being 16 and 14 years old. Luckily, their older sisters, Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian, are helping to keep their baby sisters grounded.
Kendall and Kylie have already started modeling and walking the catwalk, so they look like naturals in their Teen Vogue cover shoot.
But in the issue, the teens talk about family, fashion and fame.
"They are so down-to-earth," sister Kim says. "It's just who they are, and they will never change."
"We keep each other grounded," Kourtney explains. "Doing it as a family helps keep everyone real."
Khloe acts as a second mother to the girls and monitors their social networks. Kendall has 2.1 million Twitter followers, and Kylie has 1.3 million.
"I don't let them look at blogs," Khloe says. "They are toxic. Kendall and Kylie are like my babies.
"I literally raised them, and I make sure I'm still very involved in their lives. I have access to all of their social-media outlets. They are not allowed to have Twitter or Facebook unless I have the password. I'm very protective, but in doing that, they also feel like they can talk to me about anything, and they do."