But Kris, who said in a statement that he wants to fight to save their marriage, isn't ready to give up on their online bond just yet. Although Kim is now longer following him, he remains one of her nearly 11 million followers.
On Oct. 22, just nine days before Kim, 31, pulled the plug on their marriage, Kris, 26, tweeted about his wife: "This is the first time I have tweeted while in the air. Kim is knocked out next to me and I'm so bored I need to be entertained!"
Kim's last tweet about Kris came four days earlier, when she posted a photo with the NBA player and talk show host Jay Leno, who had hosted them on his late night show in early October. "Mario and Clyde glammed me up...and Kris a little too! LOL," she wrote, referring to her go-to hair and makeup artists.
But the reality queen went quickly from tweeting fondly about her husband to starting divorce proceedings against him. As Life & Style reports in this week's issue, Kim revealed to best friend Jonathan Cheban that things just weren't working between her and Kris at a Halloween bash at NYC hot spot Lavo on Oct. 29 -- two days before she filed divorce papers,
On Nov. 1 she added on her blog: "I never had the intention of hurting anybody and I accept full responsibility for my actions and decisions, and for taking everyone on this journey with me."
"It just didn't turn out to be the fairy tale I had so badly hoped for," she wrote.
The two began a whirlwind romance in December 2010 and became engaged just five months later. They were married in a lavish ceremony held in Montecito, Calif., on Aug. 20.
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