Let there be no further doubt and no further build-up about it:
Everything is all over for Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett.
Well, maybe not EVERYthing, as the couple seems very dedicated to co-parenting their kids in the long run.
But definitely their marriage.
Following over a month of hype (there's really no other way to say it), Wilkinson has finally filed the official papers to divorce Baskett, following nearly nine years of marriage.
We had a feeling this decision was coming back in late February after Kendra took the strange steps of clapping back against reports that her relationship was healthy.
She insisted at the time that she and Baskett had plenty of problems.
And she apparently was not lying.
According to TMZ, Kendra lists the date of her separation from Baskett as January 1, 2018.
The submitted papers cites "irreconcilable differences" as the basis for this split and Kendra is seeking joint legal and physical custody of their two kids.
(The stars share an eight-year old son and a three-year old daughter.)
Wilkinson and Baskett got married in June of 2009 at the Playboy Mansion, which is where Kendra lived when she rose to fame on E!'s The Girls Next Door.
Her ex-lover Hugh Hefner was in attendance at the ceremony.
The first few years of this union producer son Hank IV, along with many happy photos and memories.
But it all took a dark turn in 2014 after Baskett received a hand job from a transgender model named Ava London.
He confessed this act to Kendra and the couple worked to repair their romance - often in front of the cameras on Marriage Boot Camp or Kendra on Top - but the sexual transgression proved too much for the pair to overcome in the end.
Kendra has made that clear over the past two weeks or so.
The former centerfold has shared a number of emotional videos and messages on Instagram, culminating in a post on Friday that, quite simply, said it was her "last day" as Baskett's wife.
But the post did not seem angry or bitter.
Wilkinson simply said she and her estranged husband had tried to overcome their obstacles... they simply failed.
"I will forever love Hank and be open but for now we have chosen to go our own ways," wrote Wilkinson on her social media account, adding:
"I’m beyond sad and heartbroken because i did believe in forever, that’s why i said yes but unfortunately too much fear has gotten in the way.
"We are both amazing parents and our kids will be happy n never know the difference other than seeing mama smile. Sometimes love looks funny."
How very true, right?
Baskett is yet to comment on the split, with an insider telling E! News that he isn't "that type of guy."
If we do hear from the former NFL wide receiver, it will likely be through his attorney.
We do not yet know if Hank will contest details in the divorce or if the couple had a prenuptial agreement.
We just hope they remain on friendly terms and remain dedicated to raising their kids in a healthy environment.
That's the most important thing at this point.