Kylie Jenner Has Kris Jenner's Realistic Wax Figure Inside Her Home

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By RADIO.COM

This takes missing visits from your mom during the coronavirus pandemic to a whole new level.

Kylie Jenner took to her Instagram Story to show off that she’s now the proud owner of a strikingly realistic wax figure of her mother, Kris Jenner.

The momager’s doppelganger was seen sitting on a high-top stool with her legs crossed at a bar waiting to be served inside the makeup mogul’s mansion in California. She is rocking Kris' favorite black sequined Dolce and Gabbana tuxedo.

“Guess who came to live with me now?,” the Kylie Cosmetic founder starts the video hinting that the wax momma has been traveling from house-to-house.

Kylie gives her sisters a stern warning to back off stating, “she’s mine now, I don’t want to get any texts or phone calls from my sisters after this, she’s mine."

It’s probably safe to assume this is the same life-size wax sculpture that was previously seen on display at Kris’s home in December.

The wax figure was created by Madame Tussauds and was put on display at the Hollywood Wax Museum before Jenner bought it and put it in her home, where it creeped out her daughter, Kim Kardashian.

“Oh my God. This is so crazy and real,” the 39-year-old can be heard saying as she approaches the figure. “This is insane.”

The 64-year-old mom joked that her reasoning for having it was “so you can visit with me without having to hear me talk to you.”

Kim gave fans a close-up of the wax-figure adding that it was “exact, down to the little mark she has.”

“Like, everything about it, you guys. This is her exact hairline,” the “Keeping Up with the Kardashian’s” star said.

Despite being in astonishment of the work involved in recreating her mother’s likeness, Kim also acknowledged the uncanniness was a bit frightening.

She added: “I can’t even tell you how creepy and amazing this is.”

Fans that don’t have the luxury to be invited to Jenner’s home can see a similar version of the eerily accurate statue at Madame Tussauds in New York.

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