Game, set, match. A very pregnant Kim Kardashian looked triumphant as she left a Los Angeles courthouse on Friday, April 19, after the judge officially announced that her year-and-a-half divorce battle with ex Kris Humphries had come to an end.
"Yes, it's done," a source tells Us Weekly. "They realized there was no fraud and the judge urged Kris to settle. Finally it's over!"
Kardashian, 32, and Humphries officially announced their split after just 72 days of marriage in October 2011, and have been in a bitter court battle ever since. While Kardashian sought a clean divorce from the NBA player, Humphries instead filed for an annulment, claiming that Kardashian had committed fraud when she said "I do."
According to TMZ, Humphries, 28, dropped his demand for an annulment, and will not get a single penny from Kardashian, despite his previous request for $7 million from his estranged wife. Both parties will also pay for their own attorney's fees, squashing reports that Kardashian might require Humphries to pony up for hers.
The Kourtney & Kim Take Miami star showed up on time for the proceedings Friday morning, and answered a few short questions from the judge, an eyewitness tells Us.
When asked if irreconcilable differences led to the breakdown of the marriage, Kardashian responded yes. She denied that counseling would have helped the marriage.
Save for the court's final sign-off on the judgment -- which will need to happen before June 19 -- Kardashian and Humphries are now officially divorced, just in time for the July arrival of Kardashian's baby with boyfriend Kanye West.
Humphries was not present for Friday's hearing, despite court orders. He was also absent from an Apr. 12 settlement hearing that was meant to keep the case from going to trial.
"[Kris is] just wasting everyone's time at this point … The judge is furious. So disrespectful," a source told Us Weekly of Humphries' previous absence. "Kim showed up pregnant!"
And there are other things that haven't quite worked out in Humphries' favor either. Earlier this month, the Brooklyn Nets player demanded that he have access to several emails his estranged wife had sent him from closed accounts. The judge denied his request on Apr. 15, just days after he was a no-show in court.
Luckily for Humphries, however, the judge has ruled his failure to appear in court "irrelevant" now that the case is settled. The athlete was previously set to be hit with fines for failing to show up to several court-ordered appearances.