It seems that the matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner clan already knows what her plans are for when she kicks the bucket.
In the fifth episode of the reality TV series The Kardashians Season 2, Kris Jenner said that her dying wish is for her body to be cremated and her ashes turned into necklaces for her daughters.
She revealed this following the hip-replacement surgery she went through following pain in her right hip for months, which worsened to the point where she had to use a cane to walk. As she is recovering, the 66-year-old momager discussed with her daughters Kylie and Khloé their post-mortem plans.
Through a phone call, Kris told Kylie that her other daughter Kim had asked the doctor to save her bones so she could "make jewelry out of it".
This seemed to make Kylie uncomfortable and she responded, "That's weird."
Khloé then chimed in and brought up one of her mother's own wishes, "Remember when you wanted your ashes, you wanted to be cremated and made into necklaces for us?"
"That's a great idea," Kris said.
When Khloé also insisted that it was weird, Kris argued, "No it's not.
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In a confessional, Khloé shared that she and her family had previously discussed with each other their wills when the time comes that something were to happen to them.
"My family and I, we talk about wills, death, we tell each other what our wishes would be if something terrible were to happen. If I'm in a coma, I'm still getting my nails done once a week and that's in my will because people are gonna visit me," she said.
Earlier in the episode, viewers were treated to an inside look on Kris' hip-replacement surgery. While she was being operated on, Kim was waiting outside together with her mom's boyfriend of roughly eight years Corey Gamble.
Kim told cameras that while she wasn't nervous about the surgery, she still hoped that it would go well, "It's always scary going into surgery, but she's in the best hands."
"Surgery is really scary. I'm just low-key freaking out because it's taking so long, but I'm like the family representative here, so I'm just gonna keep it together and be strong," she added in the confessional.