Kim Kardashian Net Worth: How Much Is Kanye West Wife Making After ‘Breaking’ The Internet?
Nov 13, 2014 09:43 AM EST | By Victoria Guerra
Just after Jean-Paul Goude photo shoot that put Kim right on everyone's mouths earlier this week and skyrocketing her fame even more than before, one question comes to mind in regard of Kanye West's wife: what is Kim Kardashian's net worth?
As she bares her bum to show off her post baby North body, many are wondering about what is currently Kim Kardashian's net worth, after she's gone through a bunch of highly successful business ventures and, above all, a very smart strategy to create a brand out of herself - since she first hit it big due to her family's reality show, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."
The latest news regarding the most notorious lady of the Kardashian clan was the fact that she bared all in a cover for Paper Magazine, in a photo shoot that had the successful businesswoman baring her super famous derriere, showing off how well she'd lost her baby bearing fat to famous photographer Jean-Paul Goude and then the whole world. Will this photo shoot have a big impact on Kim Kardashian's net worth?
Currently, the reality television personality and wife of famous rapper Kanye West is making a few million dollars a year - between her earnings from reality television, occasional acting, singing from time to time, modeling gigs and her business ventures - the latter of which include the design of clothing lines for Bebe stores and Virgins, Saints, and Angels and even a sunless tanner called "Kardashian Glamour Tan," in conjunction with her also famous sisters.
Whether she's baring her famous figure, hanging out with super talented husband, having a sex tape leaked or even just joking around with her famous family, Kim Kardashian's net worth is among the highest in the reality TV industry: the daughter of O.J. Simpson's lawyer is worth $65 million dollars according to Celebrity Net Worth, and she's currently making between $25 and $30 million a year!
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