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The couple — who dated for just six months before announcing their engagement — had publicized every facet of their short-lived relationship (leading many to speculate their entire marriage was a hoax). They even planned a storyline that they were “taking a break” into one of their iterations of their E! reality shows.
Below, what’s at stake for the couple money-wise, and other stats of their quickie marriage and divorce.
72: Days Kim and Kris were married.
4 Years: Length of time Kardashian was married to her first husband, music producer Damon Thomas.
4.4 Million: Total viewers who watched part one of the Kim’s Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event on E!. Some 2.8 million (2.6 rating) were in the advertiser-coveted 18-40 demographic.
4 Million: Total viewers who watched part two of the E! special, which featured the actual wedding. Of those, 2.7 million where in the demo; it rated a 2.5.
$1.5 Million: Price People magazine paid for licensing fees for the photos and exclusive access.
$30,000 – $100,000: Price Us Weekly paid for photos of their post-nuptial trip to Italy.
$100,000: Amount OK! magazine paid for bridal shower photos.
11 pages: Length of People’s spread on the couple, which only featured Kardashian on the cover.
$0: Amount of money Humphries will receive from Kardashian, who requested in her divorce filing that she not provide spousal support and they each pay their own legal fees. Humphries signed a publicized prenuptial agreement beforehand.
$0: Amount of money Humphries earned in 2010 with the NBA lockout.
$10 Million: Amount Kardashian earned in 2010, as estimated by MTV News, after her $75,000 per appearance fees and endorsement deals.
$65 Million: Amount the Kardashian family made in 2010, as calculated by a Hollywood Reporter cover story.
$8 Million: Humphries reported net worth.
$35 Million: Kardashian’s reported net worth.
400: Guests who attended wedding.
$100,000: Ad rates E! could charge for Oct. 9 and 10th special Kim’s Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event.
$2.5 Million: Price of Lorraine Schwartz headpiece she wore to walk down the aisle.
65 carats: Size of Schwartz headpiece, an homage to Audrey Hepburn, according to People magazine.
20.5 carats: Size of Schwartz engagement ring, which cost $2 million, but she received at a fraction of the price, as THR detailed.
$10 million: Cost of Schwartz jewelry she wore on her wedding day, which she called her “something borrowed.”
$5 million: Worth of her 28-carat earrings.
$200,000: Cost of Kardashian’s wedding band, which consists of 15 carats of emerald-cut diamonds.
$150,000: Price of Kardsahian’s hair, makeup and grooming, as reported by Us Weekly.
$10,000: Price of Lehr & Black designed crystal-embellished black-and-white engraved gatefold invitations.
3: Number of custom-made Vera Wang gowns Kardashian wore.
3.2 Million: Number of people who watched sister Khloe‘s wedding to Lamar Odom in November 2009, making it the most-watched broadcast in E!’s history at the time.
8 Million: Estimated number of people who would have tuned in if the wedding were aired live.
10.8 Million: Kardashian’s Twitter Followers
200,000: Circulation of a magazine like Brides, which is why vendors were eager for publicity for Kardashian’s wedding.
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