Chris Appleton and Lukas Gage are reportedly not on speaking terms after their short-lived marriage ended.
“This is not where they wanted it to go,” an insider told Us Weekly on Tuesday, emphasizing that the breakup was “not amicable.”
“It will take time for them to reach a stage where they can overcome this situation and get their lives back on track,” they added.
Meanwhile, a second source claimed there wasn’t one specific thing that led to their split, but rather “multiple factors” at play.
Page Six confirmed Monday that Appleton, who is Kim Kardashian’s hairstylist, filed for divorce from the “White Lotus” star, 28, after just six months of marriage.
The 40-year-old cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for their split and listed the date of their separation as Friday, November 10 – the day after their April wedding was broadcast on “The Kardashians.”
In the episode, the Skims founder, 43, flew the couple to Las Vegas, where she celebrated their wedding in front of just six other guests.
Both men opted for non-traditional looks for their big day, each sporting leather pants, an unbuttoned animal print shirt and a huge fur coat.
Meanwhile, Kardashian matched her vibe in a figure-hugging black leather dress.
After exchanging vows, the media mogul surprised the then-couple with a private concert by Shania Twain, their favorite singer.
The Grammy winner serenaded the duo to her hit “You’re Still the One” while they were on stage drinking champagne.
However, elsewhere in the episode, the reality star warned Appleton and Gage to sign a prenuptial agreement — which they did.
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The day after filing for divorce, Appleton was photographed having coffee – noticeably without his wedding ring.
Appleton and Gage went public with their romance in February and got engaged two months later.
In March, the celebrity hairstylist, who also works with Jennifer Lopez, gushed about their love on “The Drew Barrymore Show.”
“I’m very happy,” Appleton said. “Very much in love and feeling very grateful to be able to share my time with someone very special.”
He added: “Love is a really special thing, and I think meeting someone that you really connect with is really, really special.”