Sources tell Page Six that the family matriarch —and Kylie's manager — is concerned about her youngest daughter's lavish lifestyle, which includes ownership of a private jet, multiple homes and a depleting bank account.
"Kylie has been spending so much that, after she bought the jet, her mom had to step in and tell her to slow down," said one insider. "Kris is urging her to be more responsible with her money, make wise investments. But Kylie is 24, she has her own brand, and she does what she wants."
The makeup maven has recently found herself on hot water after reportedly opting to fly 26 miles in her private jet instead of just driving. She was dubbed a "climate criminal" for the 12-minute flight. Seemingly trying to appear more relatable amid the backlash, Kylie posted a video while shopping at Target with her daughter, Stormi, and and nieces Chicago and True. Fans weren't buying it.
In addition to her jet, it's believed that she owns $80 million in real estate. Further, it's suspected that Kylie spends about $300,000 a month on clothes for her and her children.
"Kylie has actually always been very good [with her money] — young but adult at heart," a second source told Page Six.
After she bought the jet, "Kris Jenner felt she had to step in to tell Kylie to slow down. She is worried her youngest is spending too much money, too fast. But Kylie is her own woman and does what she wants," the first source said.