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On Wednesday, the former model was seen heading into the law firm Latham & Watkins in Manhattan.
Annette filed for divorce from Matt back in 2006, after his rumored affair with colleague Natalie Morales
. She then retracted the document and continued working on her relationship with her husband.
At the time she claimed that the former NBC host performed “cruel and inhumane” acts against her and demonstrated “extreme anger and hostility” that endangered her mental and physical wellbeing, according to court documents.
After reconciling, Matt lived in Manhattan, while his wife stayed in the Hamptons along with their three children.
An insider who spoke to Page Six about the mother-of-three’s visit with to the law office on Wednesday saying: “The post-nup will likely specify how much Annette would get if they divorce, but she is expected to challenge it given Matt’s earnings since 2006, and given how he has humiliated her. There are also issues over all the property and land they own, both in the Hamptons and abroad.”
Under a contract he signed in 2016, Matt was being paid $25 million a year at NBC.
Shortly after his firing, Lauer said he was "truly sorry"
and that "there is enough truth in these stories to make me feel embarrassed and ashamed."