Kris and Bruce Jenner
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Kris and Bruce Jenner split $60 million fortune

KRIS and Bruce Jenner have divided their $60 million fortune equally.

The former couple, who filed for divorce this week after announcing their split last October after 23 years of marriage, reportedly had no problem dividing up their financial assets, as all of their earnings, including their TV profits, Bruce's speaking engagements and their ownership in various businesses, have always been lodged into a joint bank account.

A source close to the duo told gossip website TMZ.com that the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' stars negotiations were "easy and amicable."

Kris, 58, is now the sole owner of their Hidden Hills estate in Los Angeles, while Bruce, 64, who lives in his own bachelor pad in Malibu, gets to hold on to his exclusive Sherwood Country Club membership.

The insider revealed that their lawyers were not involved in their property settlement, but they were assisted by their business managers.

The Kardashian family matriarch also gets to keep her 20.5 carat diamond engagement ring.

In court documents, Bruce and Kris stated they plan to share joint physical and legal custody of their youngest daughter Kylie, 17.

The duo, who also have daughter, Kendall, 18, together and four other children each from previous marriages, also asked to keep their "jewellery and other personal effects," and "earnings and accumulations...from and after the date of separation,' and stated they do not want spousal support.



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