Divorce is a difficult process in anyone’s life. And if one has to go through this along with stardom, then it becomes a disaster as the process is already messy in nature. And when the details are out in public, it is just more jumbled and difficult to handle. Kim Kardashian’s divorce from Kanye West is another example of this. Kim and Kanye are one of the richest couples in Hollywood, with a total earning of 2.1 Billion, according to Forbes Magazine.
So with their split up, there is a huge amount of wealth that is also at stake. Luckily, most of their income sources are separate. And the common ones that have to be split won’t take much drama. But what will be Kim Kardashian Net Worth after this divorce? Let’s have a look.
Kim Kardashian Career
Kimberly Noel Kardashian West was born on the 21st of October, 1980, and is a famous American media personality, socialite, model, businesswoman, stylist, producer, and actress. Kardashian first caught the media’s eye as a friend and stylist of Paris Hilton. But later gained a more extensive notice after a 2002 sex tape called Kim Kardashian, Superstar. This was with her then-boyfriend Ray J was out in 2007. Later the same year, she and her family began to appear in the E! reality television series Keeping Up with the Kardashians. This show ran from 2007–2021. Its success soon led to the creation of the spin-off series Kourtney and Kim Take New York in 2011–2012 and also Kourtney and Kim Take Miami in 2009–2013.
Kardashian created a remarkable presence in social media, which has given her hundreds of millions of followers on Twitter and Instagram. She has also released various products tied to her name, including the 2014 mobile game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. This doesn’t stop here. The list also includes several clothing and products. The 2015 photo book Selfish and her eponymous personal app are also a part of this list. Her relationship with rapper Kanye West has also gained a significant amount of attention, and this has also added to the number of followers she has. The couple got married in 2014 and have four children together. As an actress, Kim has starred in various films, namely, Disaster Movie, Deep in the Valley, and Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor.
Recently, she is busy focusing on her own businesses by founding KKW Beauty and KKW Fragrance. In 2019, she launched shapewear company Skims. Kardashian on their list of 2015’s 100 most influential people of the Time Magazine. And she was also the highest-paid reality television personality in 2015.
Kim Kardashian Net Worth After Divorce.
After months of rumors regarding the relationship between Kim Kardashian and rapper Kanye West, the couple finally called it quits and split apart. But this is the divorce of one of Hollywood’s richest couples. There are around 2.1 billion dollars at stake with the divorce of Kimye. But a huge chunk of drama is cited out of the scene at the sources of income of both are separate. And both of them have only a few possession which has to be split up like their Calabasas mansion. Kim’s income is comparatively lesser than that of Kanye, but hers are more liquid in nature.
Kim’s total assets are speculated to be around $750 million. Which $500 million are in the form of the net worth of her company, KKW Beauty. It is reported by Forbes magazine that the estimated worth of the company is around 500 million dollars. The rest of the 250 million dollars are with her in the form of cash. Investments and other assets. This personal asset is a result of starring in the show Keeping Up With The Kardashian’s for 13 years. The value to this was added when she sold the 20% of KKW Beauty to Coty, which is another cosmetic giant for 200 million dollars. That too in cash.
But still, there are assets around 70 million dollars that are co-owned by the couple. These include their multiple houses. They also own $5 million worth of art and have invested nearly $4 million in vehicles, $3.2 million in jewelry, and also $300,000 worth of livestock. The separation of this wealth is still not done. The courts will decide in what portion it is to share.