You may think Kris Jenner, matriarch of (and mastermind behind) America's royal television family, is immune to seeing her kids strip down for sexy projects and photo shoots, but alas, even she is not.
Upon seeing youngest daughter Kylie's recent Interview magazine covers and sexy shoot -- including an image in which she's wearing a pair of latex pants with booty cutouts -- Kris agreed that the 18-year-old could have covered up a little more.
"I think she could have covered her bum a little more right there," she told Maria Menounos during an episode of Sirius XM's "Conversations with Maria."
Bare bum aside, Kris said the images as a collection were "beautiful and artistic," and couldn't help but be happy for her beauty-mogul-in-the-making daughter.
"I think that she’s definitely somebody who’s got a great head on her shoulders. She’s such a good person, such a great girl with a big heart," said Kris, adding, "So I don’t worry about that side of her. And when she expresses herself like that artistically, I love it."
The famous momager continued, "The pictures are insane. This is so Kylie. I love that my girls get to work with the most fantastic photographers in the world. It’s such a great experience."
Much of the public, however, did not love the shoot, which also featured Kylie posing in a gilded wheelchair.
The reality star took some major heat on social media yesterday from users who found the images offensive, claiming that they diminished those with actual disabilities. Both Kylie and the mag received criticism from beyond the Twitterverse, too.
"It's deeply disturbing," Emily Smith Beitiks, associate director of the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability, told CNN. "People with disabilities are already seen as powerless, and this just reinforces that."
At Interview, we are proud of our tradition of working with great artists and empowering them to realize their distinct and often bold visions. The Kylie Jenner cover by Steven Klein, which references the British artist Allen Jones, is a part of this tradition, placing Kylie in a variety of positions of power and control and exploring her image as an object of vast media scrutiny.
The rep added that the feature "aims to unpack Kylie's status as both engineer of her image and object of attention."
The Jenners have yet to respond to the controversy.
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