Kim Kardashian is proud that none of her famous family have been lured into some of the pitfalls of fame, especially drug use.
Kim Kardashian is surprised none of her family have got into drugs.
The 31-year-old socialite and her siblings, Kourtney, Khloe and Rob, have had a very privileged yet sometimes difficult upbringing - their father, Robert, died of cancer in 2003 - and Kim admits they could have all gone off the rails.
Kim - who also has teenage half-siblings, Kendall and Kylie, from her mother Kris Jenner's marriage to Bruce Jenner - is proud that her family has also avoided many of the temptations fame brings with it.
She said: ''It's crazy that none of us have got into drugs, considering the upbringing we've had. But my idols were women like Salma Hayek and Jennifer Lopez, so I gravitated more towards that model.''
Kim credits her late father, lawyer Robert Kardashian, for instilling a sense of self-worth and discipline into her, Kourtney and Khloe which means they have never gone down a dark road.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star - who is dating Kanye West - remembers her dad was strict with all his children even when they were teenagers and wouldn't let them miss church.
She told Tatler magazine: ''My dad really set the tone - we weren't allowed credit cards until we were 18, and we could never sleep out on Saturday nights because we had to go to church on a Sunday morning.''