Star: Evan Spiegel wants Miranda Kerr to sign a Draconian prenup

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This might be the feel-good story of the week. Not all golddiggers are equal! For every Jerry Hall – who managed to get her billionaire down the aisle in less than seven months – there is a Miranda Kerr, who toiling away for something like 10 months… and still no ring! I personally think this is Miranda’s second Golddigger Fail – she was trying to land James Packer back in the day, but it fell apart. And now Mariah Carey has landed Packer, and Miranda is trying to play it like she’ll just wait out her young billionaire boyfriend for however long it takes. Star Magazine says that Evan Spiegel is thinking marriage. But he’s also thinking “ironclad prenup.”

After months of marriage talk, Miranda Kerr was expecting a ring from her boyfriend, Evan Spiegel, but the world’s youngest billionaire, 25, gave her an early draft of an ironclad prenup to read over instead.

“Evan’s lawyers are advising that Miranda walk away with nothing if they get divorced,” dishes a source, noting that the Snapchat CEO is worth a staggering $2 billion compared with the model’s $38 million fortune.

“Miranda started laughing when she heard what Evan was proposing. Then she realized that he was dead-serious. I can only imagine the look on her face!”

And no matter how persuasive Miranda might be, her future fiancé isn’t budging.

Explains the source: “The way Evan sees it, if they’re really going to spend the rest of their lives together, she’ll always be taken care of.”

[From Star Magazine, print edition]

Hey, at least she’s got him on the hook! He wants to marry her, he just wants to make sure that she doesn’t get her hands on all of that Snapchat money in a few years. Personally, I think that if Evan is making such a big deal about the prenup, she just needs to give in a little bit. I’m not saying she should sign something Draconian, but she needs to play up the idea of wanting to have his babies and doesn’t he want his children taken care of no matter what? Of course, maybe that wouldn’t work on a 25-year-old bro like Evan Spiegel. Which is why I do kind of wonder if this whole relationship hasn’t been a waste of Miranda’s time, if her ultimate goal was “marrying a billionaire and getting that cash money.”

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  1. Lurker says:

    I guess some rich dudes do know when they have a gold digger in their midst.

  2. Gatinha says:

    I truly don’t understand this. She is worth $38mil, her ex Orlando surely more. What can’t she afford now that she will be able to afford after marrying him? Plebeians inquiring.

    • V4Real says:

      Like some posters say when it’s gossip about other popular celebs, it’s Star Mag so take it with a grain of salt.

    • Ellie says:

      I think she’s just such a gold digger that no amount will ever be enough. Plus her career is on the downswing — VS dropped her, her overpriced organic beauty line gets bad reviews and she’s just not getting the same caliber of work anymore. She’s looking at next steps, and for her that includes finding someone to bankroll her.

    • lunchcoma says:

      I don’t get her billionaire hunt either. If it’d just been this guy, who’s reasonably cute, I’d assume she just liked him. But this is the second one in a row!

      • Aussie girl says:

        Let’s not forget the pics of her leaving Steve bing’s ( Elisabeth hurley’s baby daddy) house. This was after Packer and before Evan.

      • lunchcoma says:

        I actually didn’t know about those! If he’s in the running, then she’s really gunning hard for the rich ones. I remember him being publicly ugly about the paternity suit with Hurley (it’s entirely reasonable to ask for a test, but there are also ways of going about it that don’t publicly accuse your child’s mother of infidelity), which makes him something less than a catch in my eyes.

    • Rae says:

      @Gatinha

      There is a massive difference in spending power. Consider the world that both live in: Mansions in LA can easily run into tens of millions of dollars. It would wipe out her entire fortune on one house! Same with some apartments in NYC. No money left to actually live in it.

      Whilst he would be able to buy that house, the staff to run it, holiday homes, cars and more if he wanted.

      Massive difference.

      There is rich…and there is rich.

      I don’t feel sorry for her one bit though, and think he is smart to test her like this.

    • Esther says:

      she could buy a yacht for example. good luck finding and maintaining something nice with “just” 38 million while also having other expenses.

      they could buy a NY apartment for 30 million just for starters, thats nothing she could afford on her own.

      like someone said: we need 50 words for being rich. Miranda is very wealthy compared to the average person but compared to him she is living on the street.

      • MoochieMom says:

        Esther +100000 There is rich. Then there is RICH. Then there is wealthy and finally there is old family money in gold bars somewhere. :)

    • HollyG says:

      She may or may not have $38mm, that’s probably a guess based on whatever amount her VS contracts were publicized. And his $2b probably includes a valuation of Snapchat or its stock if it’s publicly traded. So those amounts aren’t necessarily what either can touch, even if the $$$ are on paper.

      The issue with a prenup isn’t necessarily that she wouldn’t get alimony, it’s that she could get literally nothing that was acquired during the marriage, down to gifts and jewelry. (Gifts from him I mean, not like xmas gifts from her mom). Or she could receive something like a house but no funds to maintain the property or pay the taxes and no right to sell. There can also be behavior clauses to which she would have to adhere.

      I don’t like Miranda much, and it sounds ridiculous to pity a millionaire model marrying a billionaire tech guy, but splitting up can leave her in a lonely and financially precarious position, especially if she isn’t nurturing whatever assets she is actually bringing into the marriage herself.

      • Denisemich says:

        @ HollyG, It could be worse than that. It could go so far as to state how much weight she can gain …etc. A lot of rich men want a trophy not a partner. Miranda is really just a pretty face. She is no Cindy Crawford. Also Orlando Bloom has limited earning potential. He is NOT a great actor but another pretty face. She needs security. LOL.

        She might not be a gold digger as much as want a man that can afford her. Having a man that has less than you can be a drag.

        Look at Mariah. Nick Cannon wanted to control and use her and cheat on her. Nick Cannon owes more than he makes. Now Mariah is with Packer and his hand is in everything she does and she is happy.

      • what says:

        “She may or may not have $38m…” Well said. I don’t believe it. $38m? How? She had a $1 million contract with Victoria’s Secret. Just $1 million. And it was one of her best contracts. She wasn’t in demand when she was a VS model.
        And her boyfriend… $2 billion? Come on…

    • ohmahgoodness says:

      I think she’s sunk a lot of money into her beauty line. I’m sure she has several million in liquid assets, but she’s not earning like she used to and won’t be able to sustain the lifestyle she wants without supplementing via a billionaire.

      People don’t understand how expensive things are when you get to this level. Private jets, an entourage, luxury shopping sprees… it so easy to blow through a fortune in a few weeks.

      Miranda got a taste of the good life and she’s thirsty for more.

      • Beth says:

        Especially going from in demand model where people pay you to wear their expensive clothes to former model (which she is slowly working towards) where you have to buy those clothes yourself.

    • perplexed says:

      Why did she marry Orlando if a billionaire was her ultimate goal all along? That’s what I’d like to know.

      • what says:

        “Why did she marry Orlando…” Money and fame. But now SHE is famous. She doesn’t need a famous husband anymore. She needs a BILLIONAIRE.

  3. MP says:

    Pre-nup or no pre-nup he would always have to provide for his kids.

    • Algernon says:

      Yeah but child support arrangements can be hell, especially if there’s no outline provided in a document like a pre-nup. You can get a lot of money out of them, but you can also get a lot of strings attached. Look no further than Jeremy Renner’s ex.

      ETA: She should negotiate child support standards into the pre-nup and work to ensure she’s the sole controller of the money, no trustees or oversight. If he really has a tough prenup on table, that’s her best bet.

  4. lunchcoma says:

    I have less sympathy for her than I would for a lot of other women in her position. She has her own money, even if $38 million seems like a paltry amount to her, and if there were children, they’d receive child support (that can’t be waived in a prenup because it’s the child’s rather than the parents’). It’s not like she’s some young, poor Instagram model who’d be at risk of giving up a career for a decade and then being divorced with no savings.

    • lucy2 says:

      That’s how I feel too, I don’t see any reason she’d be entitled to his money if they split, other than child support if they have kids, as she isn’t giving up her career and can support herself.

      Since it’s Star who knows, but I kind of hope it’s true given her habit of hunting for billionaires.

      • lunchcoma says:

        I suspect it’s one of those cases where Star is making it up but it’s also either true or relatively close to the truth. Honestly, if I were Spiegel’s lawyer, I’d suggest he be pretty careful as well. A wealthy 25-year-old considering marriage to a woman he’s probably had a crush on since childhood but who he’s known less than a year should be a little careful, even without Kerr’s predisposition to dating wealthier men.

      • me and moi says:

        I totally hope it’s true too. And I’m smug about the fact that she didn’t win Packer, Mimi did. HA!

      • MoochieMom says:

        Billionaires have really good lawyers and don’t let them do dumb things like run off and have a Vegas wedding (and even then you can get a post-nup). He may be dumb in love (doubt the dumb part) but his lawyers/advisors are all over this.

      • Delight says:

        She should be entitled to a percentage of the money he earns from his business ventures following their marriage. She just needs to counter with her own prenup stipulating the money he earns during their union is fair game, not the money preceding the marriage. I hear stories of immensely wealthy people in Northern California through a friend of mine who is a very powerful attorney. She negotiates via her family law practice and is a powerhouse. I’ve learn the smartest thing one can do is counter with their own pre nup and just not sign away their rights.

  5. thaisajs says:

    That’s what you get for trying to get a good-looking billionaire. Jerry and Mariah didn’t try that. Time to let him go. Isn’t Elon Musk available again?

  6. Brea says:

    A 25 year old billionaire marrying an older woman who already has a kid and an ex-husband. This should turn out well.

    He’s young enough now that older women are still hot to him but when he’s 40 and she’s almost 50? Yeah, he’ll be sniffing around for a 26 year old.

    • qwerty says:

      Right, cause women fall apart around 50…

      • Brea says:

        They do in mens opinions. Hollywood won’t even cast a 37 year old to play the love interest of a 55 year old man.

      • Adrien says:

        Superficial baby men will always go for the young ones. They can afford a youthful model who is just as gorgeous as Miranda so why settle for the old one? The Evan guy dated her for her looks and supermodel stature.

      • Palar says:

        Not all men Brea. Just the stupid ones.

    • muffin says:

      She’s only 32 ,Jesus Christ :O
      50 you say ? The hag,the haaaag ,off with her head!

    • Dani says:

      I think it’s cute that you imagine them lasting that long. Five years tops, and that’s being generous.

  7. islandwalker says:

    Does she even like this dude? I would make a terrible gold digger. I don’t understand how women (or men) can fake long term intimacy for money. I just couldn’t pull it off.

    • Linn says:

      This.

      I can understand it for women from a poor background that have no perspective in life, but for somebody who has the chance to make a good living for herself it just seems crazy.
      And I’m talking “normal” middleclass people here, not somebody like Miranda who already has dozens of millions herself.

      On a completely different note: I’m feeling a bit old here, but I just don’t get the point of snapchat.

      • si says:

        people sexting with nudes pics

      • Linn says:

        They don’t really need snapchat for that, do they?
        I know Snapchat pictures are supposed to be viewable for a short time only, but that’s obviously not happening and pictures are saved and sometimes posted online left and right.

      • Alex says:

        Haha snapchat is lots of fun!
        I use it all the time.
        I live in Canada and my family in Australia so we use it to keep each other updated (less formal than facebook or email) – just little fun pictures or videos of my cats, my nan, my family all together etc.
        I also use it lots when I am travelling to share with my friends and family what I am up to without flooding my instagram with millions of photos. Quick fun photos, videos etc. You can get geotags to show where you are that can be really cute.
        They also do ‘feature cities’ or events… like PARIS so I can view snaps from people in Paris and get to see the city.
        Or they do like ‘football final’ and lots of people at the event upload snaps to share. It’s just for fun really – some of it is really interesting!
        I love the cultural ones… like the Lucia festival celebration in scandinavia – they do little videos like “We celebrate with X food and do this dance!”

      • Beth says:

        I didn’t see the point either, and figured it was for sexting, but it really isn’t. It’s for sending little quick updates to your friends/family, and stupid pictures to make them laugh.

        It’s pretty much reached it’s pinnacle of success though. I can’t imagine he’ll make much more money during their marriage (if they make it to that point).

    • Esther says:

      im actually interested in how it plays out in interactions. are those women so good at faking it or are the guys so oblivious? probably both.

      • Linn says:

        Some of those guys probably don’t care as long as they get to show of their hot trophy wife and get to sleep with her.

      • Chloeee says:

        @linn yes, but the sender is notified if snaps get replayed or saved

    • NotSoSocialButterfly says:

      I’m right there with you.

  8. nicole says:

    I’m not rich, not even close, but I will also have an iron clad pre-nup. Like the story says, if you think it’s going to last forever then you can put it in a drawer and forget about it but you’re protected in that tiny chance something changes. People change, life happens, it’s not dooming the relationship to have a bit of insurance – if anything it can make people consider boring financial realities that they may not otherwise discuss.

    • Algernon says:

      Pre-nups can also be part of estate planning! They’re not just for divorces. And everyone should have them, no matter how much money you have or don’t have.

    • LizLemonGotMarried says:

      When my husband and I got married, we were OK financially (owned a house, cars were paid for), but no where near where we are now. We’re extremely happy, but if something happened and one of us wanted to leave, I shudder to think what we would spend fighting it out in court. I wish we had one, just for the peace of mind.

      • Algernon says:

        I believe there are estate planning steps you can take now to set up division of assets. You should be meeting with an estate planner anyway for wills, trusts, etc, and you can always ask about division of assets.

      • Erinn says:

        Post nups are always things. Though that might be an awkward thing to bring up.

    • lucy2 says:

      Should I ever get married, I’d want one too – I’m not wealthy but doing alright, and in just a few years I’ll have my house paid off, and I’ve been pretty diligent about building up my savings and retirement accounts. I’ve seen too many people get screwed over in a divorce, I’d like to have something in writing that says everyone leaves with what they brought, and joint property is evenly split.

      • Algernon says:

        That’s what my guy and I got. Our estate lawyer had a pretty standard boilerplate prenup ready out of the drawer. It was the “amicable split” prenup: take out what you brought in, 50/50 property split. She also recommended not doing a single joint account for banking. We’re keeping our own retirement portfolios and savings accounts, plus individual checking. We’ll contribute monthly to a “household expenses” account, but other than that, our finances are separate. That way, if anything ever did happen, our finances aren’t so co-mingled beyond one account.

  9. CornyBlue says:

    That is completely fair. It is his money and should protect it how he sees fit. I will never get the logic behind spousal support specially in developed countries.
    And it is not like Miranda is making minimum wage either. She is worth more than $30 mil

    • Algernon says:

      I get spousal support in cases where one spouse stopped working in order to care for children, and may have been out of the workforce for years, even decades, and will take time to get back on their feet. But a supermodel can work a few weeks a year and make millions, so I don’t really understand it for people like Miranda Kerr.

      • Wren33 says:

        It can be more complicated than that. I am working part-time now and taking care of our kids, but my husband has left his job and been out of work to move for my job before. At this point, our whole career trajectory was been influenced by each other and it makes sense to think of our income truly as joint income. If both spouses are in their 20s and healthy and able to earn, permanent alimony would be ridiculous, but for someone in their 50s or 60s, it can be pretty hard to just jump into a reasonably well-paying job.

      • Algernon says:

        Yes, I agree. I think mitigating circumstances should always be taken into account. But Miranda Kerr is capable of earning millions with relatively little time commitment. I do not see why she would ever need spousal support.

    • lurkernomore says:

      The alimony laws in this country are ridiculous and need major reform. The only time it should be considered is when one spouse give up their career and doesn’t work to care for the kids/family. Even then it should only be for as long as the marriage lasted. Permanent alimony needs to be banned bc It’s insanse.

      And I never get ppl who say it should be considered if kids are involved. Child support is for kids. In most cases the rich parent paying cs is also paying for health and life insurance, private school and anything else related to the child. It’s like the other parent has no financial obligation to the child at all. Alimony is strictly support for able bodied adults who can get jobs instead of mooching off their ex. Any man or WOMAN has a right to protect money they earned.

      • CornyBlue says:

        Both parents i believe share child support costs and that is fair.
        Also I feel like what profession whoever gave up their job was working in should be considered. If it was an arts based field not much would have changed but in science fields specially in tech and analysis things progress by leaps and bounds so the person would probably also have to go to school or get training.

      • Algernon says:

        @ Cornyblue

        It can be the case that a parent is paying tens of thousands in child support, and school tuition, medical/insurance costs are factors beyond the monthly amount. Sometimes it’s all just one big lump sum monthly payment, but sometimes they separate those kinds of costs because the paying parent can send the money directly to the institution (school, insurance company, doctor’s office, etc). That way, the receiving parent can’t mis-spend the money, which happens.

        Also, I don’t think types of jobs should be relevant to alimony. I work an artistic job in an artistic field, and I can tell you, if I took even a one-year sabbatical I would be disadvantaged. Technology has filtered into every aspect of our lives and it changes constantly. I regularly have to learn some new system being implemented in our work flow. It’s demeaning and offensive to assume arts-based fields are any less technologically advanced.

      • CornyBlue says:

        @Algernon: I am so sorry I meant no disrespect. I have never worked in any Arts field I am definitely not creative enough for that and I hardly know anyone who has. ow that you say it it makes ton of sense. Sorry again.

      • me and moi says:

        I wish my mom would have had the balls to get alimony. She just let my dad run all over her. My father had a home for assisted living and was an alcoholic. My mother took care of everything. She deserved it, having multiple jobs and taking care of everyone around her. Not everything is black and white.

  10. Eleonor says:

    Mariah is not superbillionaire rich, but she is Mariah, she’s got her own money.
    Jerry Hall has been famous since the ’60′s, so she knows how to handle a superbillionaire, mostly after her Mick Jagger’s mess.
    I think Miranda must come out too much desperate. I don’t know where her career is, she is not a VS supermodel anymore, so if I was her boyfriend I would watch my a$$ett too.

    • lunchcoma says:

      Mariah seems like a different case to me anyway. I don’t think she’s actually focused on money so much as on finding someone who will give her just the right sort of worship and coddling. It’s just that her standards for feeling coddled require someone with a lot of cash.

      • MoochieMom says:

        Someone else has to manage her money. If you can’t walk down stairs, you need a team of people watching your cash.

  11. Lora says:

    Why is she branded as a golddigger?

    • V4Real says:

      Some say this is her second billionaire boyfriend. But then again they chose her right. Evan is quite attractive and can probably have his pick of women but he chose her as well.

      • Esther says:

        i’ll give you that: for a billionaire he is attractive. they are usually old, ugly and overweight.

      • CornyBlue says:

        Tech billionaires are usually young tho. Also some of them are quite good looking.. case in point Sergey Brin of Google

      • Dani says:

        He’s also a douchey bro-y POS with no regard to women, or people in general, really. You should read Jezebel’s write up on him and his leaked frat emails. And it’s not like it was 10/20+ years ago. We’re talking 5 years.

      • MoochieMom says:

        Dani x 10000000

    • muffin says:

      She’s a woman dating a billionaire. A divorcee ,even . And a model . What other evidence do you need ? /s

  12. Rae says:

    I think it speaks volumes. Even the big stars, when you read their pre-nups, they speak of giving x-amount for each year they are married, etc. It sounds like this one is a literal black and white, you leave with what you came in with.

    I can’t fault him on that; she has chased rich men before him, she whiffs of major gold digger. If she is really into him then she shouldn’t have a problem.

  13. Rockin Robin says:

    She’s already rich. He’s smart to protect his assets.

  14. PennyLane says:

    They both seem like just lovely people. Really kind, down-to-earth, openhearted folks.

    Not greedy, shallow, and manipulative at all.

    /sarc/

  15. word says:

    But can you really be a gold digger when you’re a multi-millionaire? I don’t know. So if a woman is with a rich man who is less attractive than her, she must be a gold digger right? That’s what we’re supposed to believe. It may be true, it may be not.

    • Esther says:

      i dont care about the terms but her being a multi millionaire is vastly different from him being a billionaire. he could live like a head of state, she cant.

    • Magnoliarose says:

      It’s mostly about access. Miranda does not have the access to the super wealth like he has. You can blow through 38 million. This is her worth, not readily available cash.
      He can buy a private plane without breaking a sweat but she can’t. David Geffen can buy a painting by Vermeer for 100 million and not blink. She can’t do that.
      Since she likes the high life, and her career is on the decline, she has to gold dig her way into a lifetime of extreme financial freedom.

  16. Bridget says:

    I’m shocked she hasn’t announced a pregnancy already.

  17. Zaytabogota says:

    He’s very young, smart and cute, he shouldn’t marry her, she’s a gold digger. She showed that when she was with that creepy Packer guy. He could get so much better than that.

    • Karen says:

      He will never marry her. He can’t be that stupid. And she is not Jewish.

      • Magnoliarose says:

        I have my doubts too. Usually these types of prenups are a signal that he’s okay if she walks away. He’s not ready to offer her a large part of his fortune in exchange for marriage and this means, he’s not sold on the idea of longevity. If he was crazy about her he would have a more generous prenup.

  18. NotSoSocialButterfly says:

    Ouch! That’s gotta hurt.
    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahgasphahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    • Jenny says:

      This!

      Also, for his sake, if he actually goes through with a marriage to this woman, I hope he adds a clause about severe monetary penalties or something for cheating on her part since she’s an infamous cheat.

  19. UmamiMommy says:

    As HollyG pointed out above, prenups can have behavior clauses. I’ll never understand why less-wealthy potential spouses don’t lawyer up and negotiate behavior clauses into the prenups–i.e., if I leave you I get little or nothing, but on the other hand, if you cheat, I can leave and get everything.

    • Queen B says:

      I do not think a “behavior clause” in a prenup is enforceable. For example, CA is a “no fault” state so a prenup that has a penalty for cheating or other bad behavior would be void and unenforceable as against public policy. In addition, a prenup cannot limit the court’s jurisdiction over custody and child support so a prenup which guarantees one parent custody or a specific sum of child support in the event of a divorce would also be unenforceable.

  20. Luca76 says:

    I don’t think she’s a gold digger at all. Successful and ambitious and not interested in being the plaything of men who on paper are her ‘equals’ or being a sugar momma to a model type vagabond is more like it.

  21. Shambles says:

    If you google pictures of them, it looks like they’re really into each other. Him just as much as her, if not more.

    • Sunshine says:

      In all the pictures I have ever seen of them he looks really uncomfortable….and she just looks desperate.

  22. Dani says:

    I get why he has an iron clad prenup. To him, it’s like she should like him and want to marry him regardless of his money. Someone of his wealth is always going to be on edge regarding his finances and a significant other. If she disagrees, it just shows that it’s not about the commitment to her. If you love someone, you wouldn’t worry about the prenup because you wouldn’t worry about leaving.

    • Tessd says:

      Following your logic, he then should prove that he isn’t marrying her for her looks.

  23. Elizabeth says:

    They both seem like dicks to me. She’s a multi-millionaire who just wants more, more, more. He’s a billionaire who doesn’t want to part with a penny if they split up. Maybe I’m just weird, but if I was worth $2 billion, I’d happily give $1 billion away in a divorce. I’d still be a billionaire, but I wouldn’t be a dickhead. Marriage is a legal contract that financially binds you to another person – if you don’t want that, then don’t get married.

    • The Other Katherine says:

      No kidding. Don’t want to risk losing any assets to a spouse? DON’T GET MARRIED. Simples! Personally, I would never sign a prenup, period, as I don’t think ass-covering is a good way to start a marriage. Moot point now, as I’ve been married without one for a decade, but I still feel the same. I think the community property states get it right — what you have before marriage, plus property inherited during marriage, is yours alone, but everything earned or purchased during the marriage is jointly owned. Makes sense, as marriage is supposed to be a partnership.

      • dj says:

        Other Katherine Agreed. If you do not trust the person you are marrying probably not a good idea to marry them. I get the idea of a pre-nuptial agreement but I would not sign one. I would walk away. Suck it to quote the great Tina Fey. My husband and I have been married 20+ years so it may be a generational thing.

  24. emma says:

    I don’t think that someone with a $38 million fortune should be classified as a “gold-digger”.

  25. Tessd says:

    I believe in Law of Joint property – if you decide to get married you should share everything equally so it doesn’t matter who makes more or who makes less. If you get divorced both partners should get half of their estate each.
    Now, if he wants her so sign a prenup it’s up to her. But frankly, even with an iron clad prenup she can get more money out of him if (when) they divorce.

    • MoochieMom says:

      State by state and where they marry and reside matter. This isn’t about what is fair. This is about the law if they break up. And with a good prenup, she cannot get anything. Great beliefs but reality will hit you on the ass.

      • may23 says:

        MoochieMom – “Great beliefs but reality will hit you on the ass.”Speaking from experience, I’m guessing?

    • Magnoliarose says:

      She won’t get more because he has the best lawyers in the world. He could litigate a divorce until she’s 100, if he wanted to. He doesn’t owe her anything pre marriage but only a part of what he’s made after the marriage. Maybe.

  26. Clairej says:

    It is a crazy world where Miranda is worth $38 million. I know that’s small change to some, but I never imagined she would have that much. Is she really that sort after?? I must be wrong, but is being a Victoria Secrets model that lucrative – since the competition must be fierce and they would have access to hundreds of women who could just take your place in a moments notice. She seemed to me to be reeking of desperation before she picked up her latest Billionaire.

    • Magnoliarose says:

      Yes they do make a lot of money, if they are VS Angels. They become famous and can use it in other areas to profit. To put her in perspective, Gisele made 54 million in one year. They aren’t that far apart in age, Gisele is only 3 years older.

  27. Trashaddict says:

    I suspect they completely deserve each other. Let the bullion fall where it may.

  28. lane says:

    he’s being smart, especially considering her reputation
    tough business

  29. Payapa says:

    He is so unattractive. Miranda isn’t with him for his look, that’s for sure. And he always looks like he is in love with himself.