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Kris Jenner ‘orders Kylie to ditch the junk food’

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Kris Jenner ‘orders Kylie to ditch the junk food’

Kris Jenner has reportedly urged daughter Kylie to stop eating junk food and get back in shape.

The momager, who controls most aspects of her famous children's lives, is apparently putting the brakes on Kylie’s fast food diet, by ordering her to overhaul her burger laden meal plans for fresher fare, and get back in the gym.

Kris, 60, supposedly blames the 18-year-old’s late night munchies on boyfriend Tyga. The pair recently reunited after a split, and Kris has allegedly warned Kylie if she doesn’t quit the junk it may harm her highly lucrative image.

“The junk food meals with Tyga need to come to an end. Kris has warned Kylie that if she keeps eating like she does, it could damage her image,” a source close to the family told Britain’s Heat magazine.

Kylie admitted to gaining 15 pounds last year (15) which she shed with the help of big sister Khloe Kardashian’s celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson, and she’s enlisted the trainer again to help her get in shape.

At the time she blamed her weight gain on discovering she was lactose intolerant, which was difficult for the beauty mogul as she admits to loving cheese.

However, with her frequent trips to burger joint In-N-Out it seems she may have slipped into her old ways. But now mum Kris has reportedly devised a strict plan for the star.

“She’s got a two hour morning workout and is only allowed to drink water and black coffee,” claims another insider. “Her meals must be cooked fresh, with salads, grilled chicken and protein shakes to keep her full. The only treat she’s allowed now are dark chocolate and a gluten-free pizza once a week.”

Kylie and 26-year-old Tyga have been inseparable after reconciling following a two-month split.

The reality star sparked rumours of an engagement after she posted a photo of herself wearing a diamond ring on her wedding finger and then deleted a picture with Tyga captioned: "Mr &Mrs".

However, insiders have insisted any talk of marriage is "way off".

- Cover Media