Khloe Kardashian’s net worth pales in comparison to big sister Kim Kardashian’s yearly earnings, but the reality star still rakes in several million dollars a year. Khloe’s net worth is estimated to be $4 million according to Celebrity Net Worth. On top of her fat paycheck from E!, Khloe makes a bundle of cash from an empire of endorsement deals, exclusive photo opportunities, and product lines.
Khloe, 27, is a reality TV star and the wife of Dallas Mavericks forward Lamar Odom (more on him and his dollar bills later). Khloe pulls in a reported $20,000 per episode for Khloe & Lamar and Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and has been making a fair number of appearances on Kourtney & Kim Take New York Season 2.
In 2009, Khloe signed an endorsement deal with QuickTrim and promptly lost 25 pounds, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Kim also participated in shilling the weight loss product, netting QuickTrim a reported $45 million in sales since October 2009. While there’s no information on how much money the girls received for the deal, Kim allegedly makes $25,000 per tweet of any endorsed product. You do the math!
Khloe and Lamar’s September 2009 wedding fattened their combined piggy bank to the tune of $300,000 from OK! Magazine for exclusive rights to the photos, while E! is rumored to have picked up the paycheck. The Hollywood Reporter alleges Khloe’s 12.5-carat engagement ring was “donated” by Vartan’s Fine Jewelry. Us Magazine lists the worth of Khloe’s ring at $850,000.
Lamar Odom is making $8.9 million from the Dallas Mavericks this year, and is estimated to have a net worth more than ten times Khloe’s, at $56 million. So what would happen if our favorite reality TV couple decided to split up? Khloe and Lamar do, in fact, have a prenup agreement in place, according to RadarOnline. In the event of divorce (and let’s hope this never, ever happens), Khloe would get a cool $500,000 for every year they were married, $25,000 per month in general support, and a $5,000 monthly shopping budget.