Shhhhh. They have a secret code.
Kim Kardashian will walk up to her mother and say the magic words: "Gobble, gobble."
Kris Jenner tells Style Goes Strong, "Kim will walk by me and discreetly whisper into my ear, 'Gobble, gobble.' That means, "Mom, it would be nice if you got your chin tucked.'"
"I have these girls who drive me craaaazzzzy," cries Kris from her sprawling home in Calabasas, California.
So what are her views at age 55 on plastic surgery? Kris is always upfront…about everything.
She shares her whole life on her series "Keeping Up with the Kardashians, so what's a little private chat about going under the knife?
First things first.
"I'm blessed to have great skin and you can't fake great skin," she says. "There is no plastic surgery in the world that's as good as just genetically being blessed with great skin.
"My advice for women is to find a great skin care regime that works for you," she says. "But don't believe all the promises out there. It's not like you can take your skin off and put on a new layer of skin."
She says plastic surgery is "about how you want to continue down the road of gravity and how you choose to fight that battle."
In the end, she says plastic surgery is your choice.
"I think it's fabulous," Kris says. "If you want to do something plastic surgery related and it's within your means go for it. If you think it will result in a fabulous improvement, go for it."
She points to her husband Bruce Jenner who not so long ago fixed some plastic surgery woes.
"We saw Bruce on the show go through his facelift fixing," she says. "He looks amazing now. But the key for him and all of us is to feel good.
"So don't listen to anyone else. It's a personal decision," Kris says. "Do whatever is in your heart."
A PAUSE FOR MENOPAUSE
Kris says that she has struggled with menopause and weight issues.
"I think something very interesting happens to a woman at a certain age," she says. "No one tells you about it. Menopause is this big, huge secret that no one really chats about. But I'm here to say that you go through it and you might gain some weight.
"I have stuff around the middle now," she says with a sigh. "So, now it's all about working harder to keep my health in check while keeping fit.
"I'd also advise women to keep a close watch on their cholesterol levels that might go up during this time in life," she says.
"All sort of fun things happen!" Kris says. "The tough part is that menopause isn't something all of us discussed growing up. But it's a big subject around my house."
Yes, she even discusses it with her famous daughters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney.
"I tell them, 'One of these days, you won't be 30 with these cute little bodies,'" she says.
Kris says staying firm on your physical fitness regime is key.
"It's great that I've always gone to workout with my kids. When Kourtney and Kim were teens, all of us went together to Billy Banks' classes. We'd go at six in the morning to make sure we could all fit it in – and no excuses," she says.
"We got so addicted that we'd do back-to-back classes," she says.
Working out as a family does have its limits. "As I get older, I only do what my body can handle," she says. "As long as I'm doing something, I'm staying ahead of the game."
Kris says she combines strength training, cardio and Pilates these days with her trainer, famous celebrity workout guru Gunnar Peterson.
"It's so great to notice your body shifting and changing," she says. "I love that I'm getting stronger. I tell my girls its crucial to strengthen their core. That really helps you move when you get older."
Even though she's busy with the show and the girls and a grandson, Kris makes time for romance with hubby Bruce Jenner.
"Marriage is all about keeping it fresh," she says. "What works for us is we give each other a lot of space. He lets me do my thing. I let him do his thing.
"I'm really lucky to be married to someone who travels and vice versa," she admits. "We really miss each other while the work makes our lives full. We're passionate about our work and share our passions.
"I feel really blessed," Kris says. "I'm a woman who has been given the joy of evolving and setting new goals at different stages in life. I'm someone who always looks forward.
"That's important for a relationship, but equally important for yourself," she says.
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