KUWTK Preview: Kris Fat-Shames Kim

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Sometimes you just don't want to hear it.

E! teased a preview of the next Keeping Up With The Kardashians episode, in which Kim Kardashian confessed to Kourtney that during a trip to New Orleans, she had beignets (a deep-friend pastry) three times a day.

A horrified Kris Jenner called flag on the play, issuing that annoying mom warning most of us would rather do without.

"Do you remember what happened the last time you got all stressed out and you were eating sugary stuff?" Jenner reminded Kim of her first (very unpleasant) pregnancy with North West.

"I am way skinnier than last time. I am way healthier than last time," Kim responded, defending her right to beignet.

"You're eating beignets three times a day," Jenner shot back. "I was in the kitchen this morning — you had your chef making the beignets because you brought home the beignet mix!"

Kim commented that her chef's version wasn't that great (off with his head), but Jenner wasn't done pointing out her dietary choices.

"You know what you are? You're like a closet eater," Jenner said, much to Kim's denial.  "You need an ankle bracelet that goes every time you eat something bad."

Kim then mentioned to Kris and Kourtney that she needed to travel to Paris for bespoke maternity clothes, to which Kourtney asked why the designers couldn't jackass it to LA.

"I can't have every designer fly to LA," Kim said.

Kim's second pregnancy is high-risk, which she explained to fans earlier this month, and there is a chance she could go into early labor.

Keeping Up With The Kardashians airs Sunday at 9 on E!

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