We hate to say it, but it doesn't look like Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' divorce saga will be coming to a close any time soon.
Sources tell the celebrity news site that Kardashian believes Humphries is responsible for dragging out the proceedings unnecessarily, so he should have to pay for her reported $250,000 in legal fees.
Earlier on Friday, Radar Online reported that the reality star allegedly offered Humphries $10 million to settle their divorce shortly after the split. Kardashian's rep denied the report, telling the site, "This is obviously yet another inaccurate report that lacks facts. No such deal was ever made.”
Kardashian famously filed for divorce from the NBA player in October 2011 after only 72 days of marriage. A month later, Humphries filed for a separation and an annulment on the basis of fraud, suggesting that Kardashian married him for publicity.
The divorce proceedings have now lasted a whopping six times longer than the marriage itself. The estranged couple is set to return to court in mid-February to determine a trial date.
Kardashian is now expecting a child with her boyfriend, rapper Kanye West. According to TMZ, sources close to the situation say that she does not want to be legally married to Humphries when she gives birth in July.
If the estranged couple does not finalize their split by then, Kardashian would hardly be the first celebrity to conceive a child with a new beau while still legally married to her ex. Click through the slideshow below for six others.
Mel Gibson and now-estranged girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva confirmed they were expecting their first child in May 2009. The news came just one month after Gibson's estranged wife, Robyn, filed for divorce from the actor after 28 years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences. Robyn reportedly walked away with half of Gibson's estimated $850 million dollar fortune when their divorce was finalized in December 2011.
After beginning a relationship in fall 2008, Alicia Keys and producer Swizz Beatz announced they were engaged and expecting their first child together in May 2010. That same month, Beatz' divorce from R&B singer Mashonda was reportedly finalized.
John Lennon's first wife, Cynthia Lennon, won an uncontested divorce from Lennon in November 1968, on the grounds of Lennon's admitted adultery with Yoko Ono. At the time of the hearing, Lennon was reportedly at the hospital with Ono, who was expecting the couple's first child at the time. Ono suffered a miscarriage, but the pair went on to have a son, Sean, in October 1975.
Kelsey Grammer announced that he was expecting a child with girlfriend Kayte Walsh in 2010 -- news that came just one month after his wife Camille Grammer filed for divorce. In October 2010, Grammer released a statement announcing that Walsh had suffered a miscarriage. Grammer and Walsh married in February 2011, the same month the "Fraiser" star's divorce was finalized. Walsh later became pregnant again and in July 2012, she gave birth to the couple's daughter, Faith.
Pianist and composer Andre Previn and actress Mia Farrow announced they were expecting their first child together in October 1969. At the time, Previn and his wife, singer-songwriter Dory Langdon Previn, had been separated for roughly a year, after Previn had asked for a divorce. Previn married Farrow after his divorce from Dory became final in July 1970.
Rod Stewart filed for divorce from his estranged wife, Rachel Hunter, in June 2005, just one week after announcing that he and his fiancee, Penny Lancaster, were expecting a child. Stewart and Hunters' divorce was finalized in January 2007. Six months later, the rockstar tied the knot with Lancaster.