• Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's combined net worth is $2.1 billion
  • The couple is rumored to be headed toward divorce after seven years of marriage
  • They have been living apart for months, as per sources
  • A huge amount of money is at stake if they decide to go ahead with the divorce

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are rumored to be heading toward divorce. The power couple is said to be dealing with marital issues after reports about them living separately for months emerged.

While the couple is yet to file for divorce, the option is not off the table. They are currently undergoing marriage counseling and have discussed divorce, according to CNN.

"Divorce is something that has been discussed off and on for the past year but Kim has not wanted to move forward on that," a source told CNN, noting that "there is no drama or contentious relationship" and that the pair is "amicable" and "fully aligned when it comes to the kids."

Meanwhile, Kardashian and West, who are deemed one of the richest couples in the world, have a lot at stake in terms of money if they decide to go ahead with the divorce. The American rapper and reality television star's combined net worth is $2.1 billion, according to Forbes.

The hip-hop star is richer among the pair. Most part of his fortune comes from his shoe brand Yeezy, which has successfully collaborated with Adidas. The brand is a collection of expensive sneakers, the price of which starts from $200 a pair. The "Life of Pablo" singer has complete ownership of the brand and collects about 11% of the company's annual revenue.

As for the reality show star, her net worth is $750 million, which comes from her beauty brand KKW Beauty. This includes West's 72% stake in the company that is worth about $500 million. In addition, her earnings include a $200 million dollar deal in cash with cosmetic brand Coty, revenue from her mobile app and 13 years of income from her reality show "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."

Apart from this grand fortune, the couple together owns a number of other assets, including a Calabasas mansion, a Miami condo, two ranches in Wyoming, art pieces worth $5 million, vehicles worth around $4 million, $3.2 million in jewelry and more.

With so much at stake, splitting the wealth may not be difficult. As per the outlet, the couple likely has a prenuptial agreement in place since the money involved is huge and it is Kardashian's third marriage.

Meanwhile, their "biggest assets" remain independently owned, along with their separate income sources. Only less than 5% of their collective assets could create problems while splitting the wealth.

While the final division of wealth depends on their prenuptial agreement, the outlet concludes that "neither party would walk away wanting for much."

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West (pictured at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party) married in 2014 in a lavish ceremony in Florence, Italy
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West (pictured at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party) married in 2014 in a lavish ceremony in Florence, Italy AFP / Jean-Baptiste Lacroix