Last month, Jim Edmonds moved out, putting one of the final nails in the coffin of his marriage to Meghan King Edmonds.
Now, she's opening up about her newly single life and how she's feeling about dating and romance.
Meghan King Edmonds was at KIIS FM’s iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Presented By Capital One.
(We worry that there aren't enough brands in that title)
While there, the The Real Housewives of Orange County alum spoke to In Touch Weekly.
They asked her if she's feeling ready to look for a new relationship or to at least date again after
"Maybe? I don’t know," Meghan King Edmonds answered honestly during the event.
"“I mean, I’m literally trying to get through Christmas," she explained.
"So Hart’s therapy goes through the end of January," Meghan added.
She reasoned: "So that’s where my head is right now."
Her 17-month-old's therapy takes its toll on her, she admits, which doesn't leave much energy left for romance.
"It’s really intense for me too," Meghan detailed.
She added: "So I’m like, ‘Ask me again in January!'"
We have no doubt whatsoever that someone or another will ask her. January is just over three weeks away!
Meghan King Edmonds has three children: 3-year-old Aspen and 17-month-old twins, Hart and Hayes.
She shares those three children with her ex, Jim Edmonds.
Meghan and Jim were married on October 24, 2014.
This past October, just five years after their wedding date, things changed forever.
Things had seemingly died down from the earlier scandal in which Jim Edmonds had been allegedly sexting with another woman.
His claim that she was a con artist and that he had never done anything physical with her seemed to have worked.
But then, Meghan reportedly accused him of having boned the couple's former nanny, a young woman named Carly.
While Jim has denied this, it looks like the suspicions that came as a natural fallout from the previous affair spelled doom for their marriage.
In addition to splitting up, the pair recently signed a custody agreement, dividing custody between them.
"Meghan didn’t want Jim to get equal/joint custody," a source reported to In Touch Weekly in November.
The insider continued: "But that’s exactly what happened.”
Remember, in the majority of contested custody cases, men come out as winners. An out-of-court agreement may be the best outcome.
“She expected him to get less because she’s been saying he can’t handle it," the source claimed.
The insider asserted: "But he’s doing just fine.”
The source noted that the pair “have not been in front of a judge yet."
The court may find it refreshing to see a couple handling so much of their split on their own. We'll see if those positive vibes last, however. ...
Things have already proven contentious here and there, like when Jim called the police on Meghan.
His reason? Apparently she showed up drunk while he had the kids.
She wasn't the driver, though the unidentified man who did drive apparently had a fender-bender with a cement wall while pulling out.
Sometimes, a 911 call is necessary, but it can defenitley push a marriage in an acrimonious direction.