This month marks Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman‘s 10-year anniversary. Unfortunately, the couple will not be celebrating the milestone together after Georgina left her disgraced movie producer husband amid a slew of sexual misconduct allegations.

Fast forward a few weeks, and it seems that the Marchesa designer will be walking away from the marriage with a nice chunk of change. According to TMZ, Georgina, 41, will get close to $12 million if she divorces Harvey, 65, today. The outlet broke down the estranged couple’s agreement and a bulk of the payout, $4 million, will come from 10 years of spousal support.

Georgina will also receive $4.75 million in marital assets, and a housing allowance, which guarantees her $25,000 a month up to $3 million. The grand total: $11.75 million. However, to put this into perspective, the movie mogul is worth $250 million while Georgina’s net worth is closer to $20 million. The prenup also does not factor in child support.

The brunette beauty has yet to legally file for divorce but, according to TMZ, she recently hired a high-powered attorney based in New York City so it could happen at any moment. There are also some technicalities to the prenup — with both parties unable to publish diaries, memoirs, letters, stories, photographs, or do interviews.

At the time of their split, Georgina, who shares daughter Pearl, 7, and four-year-old son Dashiell with Harvey, released a somber statement. “My heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions,” she said. “I have chosen to leave my husband. Caring for my young children is my first priority and I ask the media for privacy at this time.”

Harvey continues to maintain his innocence amid ongoing sexual assault allegations, most recently denying Salma Hayek‘s claims that he pressured her into doing a lesbian sex scene in the movie Frida. In a statement, he said, “all of the sexual allegations portrayed by Salma are not accurate and others who witnessed the events have a different account of what transpired.” Good riddance, Georgina!