The 59-year-old television personality - who acts as Kim's manager - is believed to be fuming that her 34-year-old daughter didn't charge Paper magazine for the ''flawless'' shoot.
A source revealed to HollywoodLife.com: ''[Kris] loves the photo shoot. Loves it. She think it's fabulous. The shoot itself is flawless.
''Her problem is with Kim not making a dime off it. Kim should have been paid, period.''
The source went on to explain that after finding out the shoot was free, Kris confronted her daughter, reminding her of the ''hard road'' it took for them to reach the ''status'' they are at now.
She reportedly told Kim: ''Do you remember what is was like before all this? When you were in Paris Hilton's shadow? Or the hard road it took for us to be in this status we're in? We've come a long way - remember that and always get the money.''
Meanwhile, last month, Kris gushed about the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star turning 34.
She posted an image on Instagram of Kim as a young girl, captioning it: ''Happy Birthday to my precious daughter, best friend, and partner in crime. You are the best daughter, wife, and mother and you have the biggest heart. [sic]''
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