The newlyweds reportedly have signed a pre-nuptial agreement last week and are expected to legalize their marriage some time this week.
Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom reportedly have signed their pre-nuptial agreement. A source close to the couple tells Radar Online, the newlyweds hammered out the agreement late last week and thus are expected to legalize their marriage later this week.
"There is a tremendous amount of love between the two, and that will prevail in the end. It might get rocky at times, but Lamar and Khloe are very much in love," Radar Online cites the source as claiming. Though so, there has been no comment just yet from either Khloe or Lamar regarding the report.
Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom tied the knot in a ceremony held on September 27 on the grounds of the home of music mogul Irving Azoff, a family friend, in Beverly Hills. They had been dating for just about a month when they walked down the aisle.
And despite repeated denials from Khloe, her family, and Lamar, rumors of them not yet making their union legal in the eyes of the law are hard to be stopped. Last week, Radar Online ran a story claiming Khloe asks for $25,000 a month in general support, $1,000 a month in beauty care, $5,000 a month for shopping, and courtside Lakers tickets for everyone in her family from Lamar should their marriage end in divorce.