Hollywood love is in the air, which means it’s time to get out the paperwork.
While Miley Cyrus’ wedding day is still very much up in the air, step one in the process appears to be the prenuptial agreement. The former Disney channel diva and her hubby-to-be Liam Hemsworth are reportedly working out the details as you read these words.
A brief write up snuck into this week’s Life & Style unveils some of the supposed details on how the lovebirds plan to divvy up their collective $150 million net worth.
According to the report, Miley’s value makes up the heavier end of the $150 mil number.
“Miley is worth over $130 million and has no plans to lose her nest egg in case of divorce,” a friend told the gossip mag. “Together, their agreement will be worth over $150 mil!”
CelebrityNetWorth.com more or less confirms Miley’s $130 mil number.
“Miley has made a fortune,” the friend added. “She’d be insane not to get a prenup.”
But all cash money-talk aside, the main reason for the prenup really has nothing to do with capital. Unless you count capital in dog years…
“She has a half-dozen dogs that are her babies — she doesn’t want to lose them,” the source said.
Yes, Miley’s main cause for concern is that Liam will run off with not only her heart, but also her canine army.
It is currently unclear as to whether or not Miley’s new pig is to be included in the marriage backup doc.
PETA awarded Cyrus with a porker named Nora for her 20th birthday last week for her continuous efforts to promote animal rights and general warm and fuzzy animal-related feelings to her near 11 million Twitter followers.
Fun fact: Once Liam marries Miley, he'll be one step closer to becoming an US citizen.