Kim Kardashian is finalizing the details of her prenuptial agreement before she marries New Jersey Nets player Kris Humphries, Us Weekly reported Thursday.
Kardashian’s mom, Kris Jenner, has been drawing up the legal contract in advance of her daughter’s nuptials, a source told the celebrity magazine.
"Kim’s Beverly Hills home and all of her assets are protected," the insider said, adding, "She keeps anything she earns during the marriage and he does not receive anything if the marriage fails."
The buxom beauty was reportedly the highest paid reality TV star in 2010 with earnings of $12 million, according to estimates by Forbes Magazine based on the profits from her E! reality show, endorsement deals and the clothing boutiques she owns with her sisters.
Humphries, 26, earned $3 million with the Nets this season, but his income is only expected to increase as he heads to the free agent market this summer after a breakout season in which he averaged double-digit points and rebounds.
The basketball player proposed to the 30-year-old in late May after six months of dating, presenting her with a 20.5 carat diamond sparkler valued at $2 million.
The couple plan to marry this summer, in what Kardashian’s sister, Kourtney predicted would be the "royal wedding number two," in an interview with E! News.
It will be the second marriage for Kardashian, who was wed to music producer Damon Thomas from 2000 to 2004.