"Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event" was less footage of the actual wedding and more endless bickering between the bride and groom. While viewers knew the two would make it down the aisle, the producers focused on the couple fighting about everything from the big day's menu to Kim changing her last name.
Kim's sister Khloe's was vocal about her dislike for Kim's man, and made sure to speak with mother/manager Kris Jenner about the couple's prenup.
On the show we learned that the groom hadn't yet signed anything, but Kim told reporters in Dubai today that the prenup had been taken care of.
"I don't really talk finances. My father was an attorney and I'm a smart girl -- I'd like to think so -- you can do the math," she told Reuters. "I wouldn't worry about that."
In June, Us Weekly reported that all of Kim's assets would be protected and she'll keep anything she earns during the marriage as well. The Kardashians pulled in $65 million last year and their empire continues to grow, so it's no wonder Kim took care of business.