“For the moment they are getting along,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly. “They aren’t technically back together, but they are working on their marriage.”
The estranged couple have reunited to celebrate the 12th wedding anniversary on Saturday, November 11th. Kim, 45, showed off herself and estranged husband Kroy, 37, having a meal on an Instagram Story video. she added her married name back to her Instagram account as well making the new handle @kimzbiermann.
Kim and Kroy wed back in 2011 and the couple share multiple children.
Both Kim and Kroy filed for divorce back in May. The two have been in the headlines after the two called off the split with each hurling accusations at one another about their habits around the home.
Kim Alleged she had ‘serious concerns’ for their kids’ safety and requested that Kroy seek a drug test.
Kroy claimed that Kim had gambling problems in his defense.
Things took a turn for the couple as the two filed for a divorce a second time in August. The two cited their marriage as ‘irretrievably broken.”
As of late, the couple’s home has been up for foreclosure since the couple has a large amount of debt and cannot make payments on the house.
In early October, the home was listed for $3.2 million, but it has been increased to nearly $6 million. Kim and Kroy ‘were hoping their house was going to sell quicker’ according to a statement from US Weekly.
“It seems that the bank gave them an extension before going into foreclosure.”
Kroy and Kim both pleaded to the court to help them with the foreclosure of their home and have the sale work on a timeline that would fit their future needs regardless of the marriage status.
“He is asking that the court order the house to be placed on the market, and hopefully sold immediately,” Kroy’s lawyer, Marlys A. Bergstrom, told Us in an August 31 statement. “If the court orders it then the court can enforce the order. It is taking control out of the hands of the parties. And this is exactly what needs to be done at this point.”
The couple had been living in the home for a brief period of time in separate rooms.
The following month, Kroy claimed in separate court documents that Kim was trying to delay their divorce to stay in the home longer, revealing that the house was set to be foreclosed on in November. Kim, for her part, told TMZ that the decision to sell the house was a “mutual” one.
A judge ordered the pair to “behave civilly towards one another” and “refrain from engaging in disparaging contact and/or communication with each other” while under the same roof.