Kim Kardashian is a billionaire, and she never fails to flaunt it. She was recently chastised for using her private jet too frequently. Kardashian has now disclosed the strict rules that must be followed in order to board her private jet.

Page Six reports, during Thursday’s episode of The Kardashians on Hulu, Kim Kardashian disclosed the strict rules she has in place for guests on her $150 million private jet. She explained them to Kendall Jenner ahead of a trip to Milan for a Prada fashion show. Jenner discussed having a spray tan before flying, to which Kardashian replied, “A spray tan before my flight?”

“No, it’s a three-hour one so I sit in it for three hours and then shower it off,” Jenner explained. Kardashian was unsatisfied with the response, saying she was concerned about staining. “Have you seen the cashmere seats?” Kardashian asked.

You cannot get your spray tan on my cashmere seats.

She continued: “Let me know if you like any snacks because I have, like, waffles and I have a freezer so, like, I live it up on there.” When Jenner asked about Pasta, Kardashian joked, “We’re going to be in f*cking Italy. We’re not going to eat pasta before we go.” The Kardashians is the newest reality show based on the titular family.

The Show comes after the end of their iconic series, Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Season 2 of the show premiered on Hulu last month. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.

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