Kim Kardashian thinks her family reality shows could go on "for years".

The 31-year-old socialite thinks her teenage siblings Kylie and Kendall Jenner will play more prominent roles in programmes such as 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' and other spin-offs but believes there will always be a place for her and her other siblings.

She told the Hollywood Reporter: "These shows could really go on for years.

"There are so many of us, but I think we'll see more of my younger siblings [Kendall and Kylie]."

Meanwhile, Kim's mother Kris Jenner says she is "proud" of her family for their achievements this year, which included son Rob coming second on 'Dancing With The Stars', Kim marrying Kris Humphries - though they split up just 72 days later - and daughter Kourtney getting pregnant with her second child.

Kris said: "I'm really proud at how hard we've all worked this year and what we've accomplished.

"We roll as one big unit, so whether something's sad, happy or tragic, we come together as a family and everything falls into place."

It was recently rumoured that Kendall, 16, and 14-year-old Kylie would land their own show, while Rob has also been linked with a programme of his own.