Kris Jenner and Bruce Jenner are finalizing the terms of their divorce, according to a report released by TMZ.
According to the report, Kris Jenner will only have to split $60 million with her future former husband.
Even though this type of financial split and the development of the terms for this divorce alone could have been extensive and complicated, reports show that Kris Jenner and Bruce made things as “easy and amicable” as possible.
— Elizabeth Reidenbach (@EReidenbach) September 23, 2014
The vast majority of the money that Kris Jenner and Bruce Jenner earned over the years was placed into a joint account — including the profits generated by their various reality TV shows and appearances, owned businesses as well as the paid speaking engagements that Bruce has been able to obtain over time.
As reported earlier this week, Kris Jenner and Bruce Jenner wanted to make sure that their divorce settlement and terms were kept as simple as possible, which is why they both filed pro per — which means that no lawyers are involved at all.
— Noah Fairbanks (@NoahFairbanks) September 23, 2014
Kris Jenner nor Bruce Jenner will have to worry about spousal support, alimony or any other payments being required of one another. Kris Jenner will get to keep their estate in Hidden Hills. Bruce Jenner gets to hold on to his membership to the Sherwood Country Club. They both will simply get the chance to take their divided assets and go their separate ways. When it comes to the one child that they have together who is still under the age of 18 (Kylie), Kris Jenner and Bruce have agreed to share joint custody.
Kris Jenner was married to Bruce Jenner for 23 years. It has now been 11 months since the announcement was first made that Kris and Bruce were separated — which seemed to automatically lead into further stories of Kris Jenner and her newly revamped love life as a single woman as well as Bruce Jenner and the drastic changes in his physical appearance. After that announcement, it may have seemed like Kris Jenner and Bruce Jenner were trying to repair their broken bond and make up — especially when you take into consideration all of the pictures captured and video footage recorded of them holding hands and embracing one another.
However, it is apparently clear that those PDAs did not have any lasting effect on their marriage.
According to New York Daily News, Kris Jenner stated “irreconcilable differences” as the primary reason for her filing.
What do you think about the Kris Jenner and Bruce Jenner divorce? Should Kris have given up more or less money?