Kim Kardashian wants to make a necklace out of Kris Jenner’s bones when she dies

By Charlie Sawyer

Published Oct 21, 2022 at 11:24 AM

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Kim Kardashian: business woman, true crime podcast host, Met Gala aficionado, shapewear trendsetter, gravity defying icon, and now, jewellery maker? In the latest episode of The Kardashians, everyone’s favourite law student—yep, there’s this one too—revealed that she had some rather macabre plans for her darling mother’s bones post-mortem.

While Kris Jenner was recently undergoing hip surgery, her beloved daughter let it slip that she planned on immortalising her by holding onto her body parts and bones in an attempt to ensure every member of the family could have their very own—and very unique—mum momento. Mumento.

Billionaire and lipgloss titan Kylie Jenner deemed the concept “weird” while Kris herself found the whole idea “creepy.” However, Good American co-founder Khloe quickly jumped into the conversation to shed some light on the situation, noting, “Remember when you wanted your ashes to be made into necklaces for us?” to which Kris replied: “That’s a great idea.”

It must be said, the momager’s plans to have her ashes pulverised into diamond-encrusted necklaces does sound slightly more glamorous than her daughter’s initial idea. Come on Kim, it’s giving cannibalism energy.

While the thought of losing Kris is a hard pill to swallow—who will ever be able to top the ‘You just got Krissed’ meme?—it feels fitting to pay homage to some of her most iconic moments while she’s still very much alive and thriving:

From employing a personal scribe to take note of all her worldly wisdom to dedicating an entire refrigerator to stocking her quality champagne “in case of emergencies,” Kris has always known how to surprise us—even in death, it seems.

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