JEN Armstrong and her husband Ryne Holliday have filed for divorce just weeks after announcing their separation.
The couple wed in November of 2013 after fans were first introduced to them in season 16 of RHOC.
Now Jen, 44, and her husband Ryne have decided to officially call it quits.
In court documents obtained by Radar Online, the reality star "informed the court she now wants a divorce instead of a legal separation."
Jen originally filed for separation from Ryne on May 13, but she listed the date as September 8, 2021, meaning they briefly split after filming RHOC.
She has since updated the end-of date to be April 6 of 2022.
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The plastic surgeon listed "irreconcilable differences" as a reason for their break-up.
In the original filing, she was seeking physical custody of their three kids, twins Vera and Vince, 10, and Robert, nine, but wanted Ryne to have visitation rights.
However, moving forward Jen wants the court to terminate spousal support for both her and her ex.
Her attorney also listed bank accounts, properties, cars, and homes that the TV star doesn't want her ex to get ahold of.
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She requested that all belongings acquired before their marriage and after the date of separation remain hers.
Jen has also demanded a 90% interest in their Honolulu home plus one home in Newport Beach and another in Laguna Beach.
The mother of three furthermore asked that the cosmetic dermatology company, her Porsche Cayenne, all her jewelry, and any inheritance remain solely in her possession.
Court documents also revealed that the ex-couple took out a $750k loan from Jen's mom, and she said she will pay one-half but Ryne must cover the remaining balance.
Prior to the news of their divorce breaking, Dr. Jen and Ryne had split for "a while and lived life separately," according to US Weekly.
"And I think that made us have more of an appreciation for who the other person was and have a different outlook on getting back together and putting in the work to stay together," she said at the time.
Around them, Jen admitted that she didn't like letting cameras into their relationship.
They reunited for a little bit because it "got much better" after turning a corner, but then took a turn for the worse.
"We’ve had a challenging relationship and people can be very judgmental. A lot of people have reached out and said, ‘Oh, you deserve better. How do you let him treat you that way?’ But they’re not in the day-to-day. They don’t know the history,” she explained.
“I would say that the show put a magnifying glass on what was going on in our marriage that we had ignored for so many years when both of us were not happy.”
The Armstrong MD Founder told Page Six that the final straw came after she and Ryne "fought over a mutual lack of appreciation for their differing roles in raising their kids."
She also said that the month-long split was her idea after the couple "reached a point where there was nothing left to do."
Jen wanted a fresh start, so she sold their $6 million Newport Beach mansion in March.
The massive abode had five bedrooms, and three bathrooms, and spanned more than 3,000 square feet.
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The house was a single-story property, that featured spacious living and dining areas, and a view of the Pacific.
"Although we are sad to give up the home we just remodeled, we thought it was the perfect time to move back to my childhood neighborhood which has always been my dream,” Jen told PageSix.
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