"The Real Housewives of New York" star Luann de Lesseps is divorcing her husband, Tom D'Agostino, after just eight months of marriage.
The writing had been on the wall for some time.
The New York Post reported that the pair filed a joint divorce petition on Aug. 3.
Luann herself confirmed the news on Twitter.
"It's with great sadness that Tom & I agreed to divorce. We care for each other very much, hope you respect our privacy during this sad time!" she wrote.
A friend told People magazine that Luann made the final decision.
"She is sad," the source said, "but she was the one who made the decision to file."
The source added, "They had lots of issues and really tried to make it work, but it was just obvious they weren't on the same page."
Last month, Page Six reported that the pair had got into a physical confrontation in a New York restaurant. She reportedly slapped Tom. At the time, People reported that couple had hit a "major rough patch."
Clearly, in the end, the couple just had too many issues.
A source told Page Six that Tom hated the "reality TV lifestyle."
"He used to live this really nice life in the city," the pal said. "He's a private person and all of a sudden he was living this crazy celebrity life. He loved the nurse from Connecticut [LuAnn was once a nurse], not the reality TV star."
LuAnn and Tom married on Dec. 31 in a lavish three-day affair that coincided with his 50th birthday.
The fact that Luann and Tom even married was surprising to some — they had no shortage of issues in their relationship. On the season finale of "The Real Housewives of New York City" in 2016, Luann was shown photos of her fiancé kissing another woman. Tom didn't deny that he'd been unfaithful, saying simply that he "made a mistake."
"Yes, we did hit a little bump in the road," she told Steve Harvey last year. "I think that when those things happens, it's a real test of people loving each other and getting past things that happen. I think that if you can't forgive somebody you love, who can you forgive? It's made us stronger than ever and I knew then and I know now that we do love each other and that's the most important thing and so, we're getting married."
"I think also it's very easy to walk away," she continued. "The hard part is staying and working it out because, look, we all have been put to our tests in life and challenges. I'm sure I'm not the only one and so, I think that's really the most important thing — not how you fall but how you pick yourself up."