And in October, Kim caused uproar after announcing on social media that she had celebrated her birthday on a private island with 40+ friends and family members where they "danced, rode bikes, swam near whales ... and so much more".
"I realize that for most people, this is something that is so far out of reach right now, so in moments like these, I am humbly reminded of how privileged my life is. #thisis40," Kim concluded her post.
But Kim's announcement created an instant backlash with people calling her "tone-deaf" and "repulsive" for both taking the trip and publicising it on social media during a pandemic that has so far killed over 280,000 Americans.
Then, just a week later, Kendall Jenner drew similar criticism after hosting a 25th birthday party with over 100 attendees, and an apparent social media ban to keep the whole thing underwraps.
And, three weeks after Kendall's birthday, the family were called out once again for appearing to flout official CDC guidelines by spending Thanksgiving together and flaunting the celebration all over Instagram.
After months of criticism, though, the family confirmed earlier this week that they've decided to cancel their annual Christmas Eve party due to the surge in COVID cases after initially hoping to find a way for it to go ahead.
2.Their failure to endorse a presidential candidate.
The family's insistence on remaining publicly impartial was probably down to two reasons.
However, the family's lack of clarity around their voting plans not only drew criticism from those who accused them of failing to use their platform for good, but led to a huge controversy on the day of the election.
But when the race was eventually called in Joe Biden's favour, the family confirmed in a series of social media posts that they had indeed voted for him and not Trump.
3.Kylie Jenner being accused of not being a billionaire after all.
Of course, Kylie being heralded a "self-made billionaire" sparked controversy once again, with many people claiming that she'd benefited hugely from her family's platform and therefore hadn't earn the money unaided.
Forbes then reevaluated Kylie's wealth, suggesting she'd actually made $340 million from the sale of Kylie Cosmetics. They went on to declare that she wasn't a billionaire after all, and instead valued her worth at "just under $900 million."
Kylie, however, responded to the report by denying that she'd ever "lied" to inflate her wealth or asked for the title of "self-made billionaire."
And she added that she was "blessed beyond her years" and unfazed by the report.
4.Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson appearing to reunite after two huge cheating scandals.
Things began back in April, when Khloé revealed that she was considering using Tristan as a sperm donor as she began the process of freezing her eggs. But she eventually decided that she would go one step further and actually create embryos with her ex for possible future use.
Shortly after Tristan and Khloé committed to potentially having more children together, the world was plunged into coronavirus lockdown and the pair decided to quarantine together. This led to a lot of speculation among the rest of the family that they were secretly hooking up.
Then, during the season 19 finale of KUWTK last month, Khloé revealed that she was attempting to rebuild trust with Tristan in order to take him back.
The pair even went on to joke about Tristan's infidelity.
And, not only have they been inseparable this year, celebrating birthdays and holidays together, but he's left Instagram comments suggesting they're very much ~more than just friends~ and recent reports have confirmed they are indeed giving their relationship another shot.
5.Kim and Kourtney Kardashian's physical fight.
For anyone who hasn't been following closely, tension between the sisters began simmering in 2017 when Kourtney started seeing a new therapist who encouraged her to reevaluate her life and priorities.
This caused numerous arguments and one pivotal episode in 2019 where Kim, Khloé and the rest of the production team confronted Kourtney over her failure to commit to filming.
And it was Kourtney's perceived lack of work ethic that led to their fight. After Kim made a comment about her and Khloé working harder than the rest of their sisters, Kourtney went off.
"You act like I don't do shit," she told Kim. "You have this narrative in your mind. I will literally fuck you up if you mention it again. Literally, shut the fuck up! Change the narrative in your mind! I work my fucking ass off."
"If I didn't want to work my ass off, and I did want to be a stay-at-home mom, that's fucking fine, you literal fucking cunt," she continued to yell.
And after she lunged at Kim...
There was punching...
And the whole thing ended with Kim slapping Kourtney in the face twice.
Not only did the fight shock viewers who had never seen the sisters be so violent towards one another, but everyone involved in the show was so disturbed that production was completely shut down for a week.
And, ultimately, the fight led to Kourtney deciding to leaveKUWTK for good after years of threatening to quit.
6.But perhaps the most controversial moment of the entire year was the revelation that Keeping Up With the Kardashians will be coming to an end after 14 years in 2021.