Is it her year? Khloé Kardashian has surprisingly never attended a Met Gala, despite most of her famous family members swinging an invite to the prestigious event year after year. However, fans are hopeful she will finally get a chance to shine on the 2022 red carpet.

The Good American founder, 37, was photographed in New York City with mom, Kris Jenner, before the exclusive soiree on Monday, May 2. Considering the momager, 66, has been on the Met Gala guest list multiple times in the past, it’s possible Khloé is gearing up to make her debut.

Khloe Kardashian Kris Jenner in NYC Before Met Gala 2022

 Her sisters Kim KardashianKendall and Kylie Jenner are all staples at the charity dinner, but Khloé has been snubbed every year when it comes to Anna Wintour’s carefully curated guest list. Kourtney Kardashian and Rob Kardashian have also never attended.

It wasn’t easy for the Kardashians to break onto the carpet. A very pregnant Kim, 41, made her first appearance as then-boyfriend Kanye West‘s date in 2013, not receiving an invite for herself.

“I was Kanye’s plus one and so nervous. I didn’t know anyone and I’m sure no one wanted me there. I went home and cried after,” the KKW Beauty founder revealed in a 2019 tweet.

Kim was even mercilessly mocked for her form-fitting floral Givenchy dress, which caused numerous memes comparing her to a sofa, Mrs. Doubtfire and more.

That being said, things change fast in the world of celebrities. One year later, in 2014, Kim landed the coveted cover of Vogue that she always dreamed of, albeit along with Kanye. That pretty much secured the reality star a ticket for life to the Met Gala.

Kendall, 26, is a Vogue cover girl and a top model, who has been welcomed by Anna to the Met Gala every year since 2014, where she wore a mermaid gown designed by Topshop. Every year, Kendall has upped the wow factor with her outfits at her Met Gala appearances. In 2021, jaws dropped as she appeared in a sheer Givenchy gown dripping in diamonds.

Her sister Kylie, 24, is also a regular at the annual event, although she took a pass in 2021 due to her pregnancy. “I’m so sad I couldn’t make it this year,” she wrote on Instagram, including white heart emoji and adding, “I can’t wait to see all the looks.”