Global Market Data
Global News Journal
Pakistan: Now or Never?
Front Row Washington
David Cay Johnston
The Great Debate
Personal Finance Video
Life & Culture
Retail sales rise as consumer sentiment slips
Problems plague Apple iCloud, iOS launch
13 Oct 2011
Soros: not a funder of Wall Street protests
13 Oct 2011
Wall Street sit-in goes global Saturday
UPDATE 1-Budget cuts take US military 'to the edge'- Panetta
13 Oct 2011
Who’s behind the Wall St. protests?
California governor signs controversial ”Dream Act”
Alabama immigration law decried, applauded as some flee state
Japanese airline, ANA, apologises for plane flip
Fri, Sep 30 2011
Rihanna's "inappropriate" outfit halts music video
Tue, Sep 27 2011
China : what is a "hard landing"?
Sun, Oct 9 2011
Reality star Kardashian on prenup: You do the math
"Royal wedding," "winning" deemed top TV words
Tue, Sep 20 2011
Analysis & Opinion
British pubs are the new Red
Married or single? Who has the advantage in retirement planning?
1 of 4. TV personality Kim Kardashian's wedding ring is pictured during an interview with Reuters in Dubai, October 13, 2011.
Credit: Reuters/Jumana El Heloueh
By Azza Al Arabi
Fri Oct 14, 2011 8:55am EDT
DUBAI (Reuters) - Reality star Kim Kardashian, who married basketball player Kris Humphries in a lavish made-for-TV wedding in August, refused to be drawn on questions about whether she arranged a pre-nuptial agreement before marrying the New Jersey Nets player.
Some 3.2 million viewers watched Kardashian, 30, one of the highest earning reality TV stars, wed 26 year-old Humphries in a two-part episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" which aired in the United States this week.
Asked on Thursday whether she had signed a pre-nuptial agreement, Kardashian said: "I don't really talk finances. My father was an attorney and I'm a smart girl -- I'd like to think so -- you can do the math.
"I wouldn't worry about that."
Kardashian, who is in the glitzy Gulf Arab emirates for a series of promotional appearances, began dating Humphries in late 2010. The marriage is her second and his first.
The newlywed, who stars with her two sisters and their mother in their eponymous TV show, is planning a foray into Bollywood and expanding her fashion business to the Middle East.
Kardashian is thought to be the highest-paid reality star on U.S. television with 2010 earnings estimated at $6 million from the show and its two spinoffs, her clothing line, perfume, jewelry, tanning cream and other product endorsements and paid appearances.
"We've had a few offers to help us bring a store out here, to the UK, Australia, all over the place," Kardashian, clad in a sleeveless camel-colored dress and black and gold belt.
(Reporting by Azza El Arabi, editing by Paul Casciato)
Entertainment News From the Wrap
O'Reilly, Letterman Agree on Iraq and High-Five (Video)
"We're having a good conversation, siddown," O'Reilly says before relenting
Politico Reporter Forced to Resign For Plagiarism
After being contacted by a New York Times reporter about one incident, editors John Harris and Jim VandeHei found seven offending articles
Is Oprah Winfrey's OWN Killing Itself With Kindness?
Competing with bridezillas, bad girls and real housewives, OWN vows to "bring light" -- even at the expense of short-term success
Occupy Wall Street Continues, Protester-Police Conflict Averted
The park's owner put off a planned cleaning after the media spotlight centered on a potential conflict
We welcome comments that advance the story through relevant opinion, anecdotes, links and data. If you see a comment that you believe is irrelevant or inappropriate, you can flag it to our editors by using the report abuse links. Views expressed in the comments do not represent those of Reuters. For more information on our comment policy, see http://blogs.reuters.com/fulldisclosure/2010/09/27/toward-a-more-thoughtful-conversation-on-stories/
Be the first to comment on reuters.com.
Add yours using the box above.
Social Stream (What's this?)
Back to top
New York Legal
Support & Contact
Advertise With Us
Connect with Reuters
Our Flagship financial information platform incorporating Reuters Insider
An ultra-low latency infrastructure for electronic trading and data distribution
A connected approach to governance, risk and compliance
Our next generation legal research platform
Our global tax workstation
About Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters is the world's largest international multimedia news agency, providing investing news, world news, business news, technology news, headline news, small business news, news alerts, personal finance, stock market, and mutual funds information available on Reuters.com, video, mobile, and interactive television platforms. Thomson Reuters journalists are subject to an Editorial Handbook which requires fair presentation and disclosure of relevant interests.
NYSE and AMEX quotes delayed by at least 20 minutes. Nasdaq delayed by at least 15 minutes. For a complete list of exchanges and delays, please click here.