We're sorry to break this to you, Kim Kardashian.
But the truth must be told...
... Kris Humphries has no interest in a reconciliation.
You remember Kris Humphries, don't you, Kim?
He's the former professional basketball player to whom you were married for 72 days because either Kris Jenner pressured you into this union in order to make money or because you actually thought you were in love.
Either way, Us Weekly recently tracked Humphries down.
The ex-power forward has not found a soulmate since Kim filed for divorce in October of 2011, but that doesn't mean he's unhappy.
According to this tabloid, Humphries is “enjoying the single life” in his native state Minnesota and is working in real estate.
Does he have any interest in getting it on with Kardashian?
Heck, does he have any interest in even talking to Kardashian again?
No and no, the publication explains.
At this point in his life, Kris “tries to stay as far out of the spotlight as possible” and “truly wants zero association” with his 37-year-old ex, a source close to Humphries says.
"He actually had genuine feelings for her," the insider allages of Kim, adding that Kris thinks he got "screwed over" in the relationship and eventual divorce.
Humphries, as you may or may not recall, dragged out these divorce proceedings for many, many months.
He threatened to actually sue Kardashian for fraud, claiming at times that the marriage was nothing but a sham meant to pad her bank account and raise her profile.
Kris isn't the only person who thought this, of course.
But others have assumed all along that Humphries was in on the PR stunt... or whatever the heck you want to call his 72-day run as Kim's husband.
"Their marriage is like a distant memory," says this Us Weekly mole.
And this likely holds true for most of the celebrity gossip world.
Admit it: Did you even remember that Kris and Kim were married?
Do you even recall a time when Kardashian was not with Kanye West?
The last time Humphries commented publicly on anything pop culture related, he was sending well wishes to Rob Kardashian.
That was well over a year ago.
We're guessing he actually hasn't spoken to Rob or anyone in the family since the divorce, though; which is probably for the best.
He last played in the NBA for the Atlanta Hawks, averaging 4.6 points per game in the 2016-2017 season.