After being left “blindsided” by the news that his wife had filed for divorce, the NBA player even vowed to fight to save the marriage.
“I’m committed to this marriage and everything this covenant represents,” he said at the time. “I love my wife and am devastated to learn she filed for divorce. I’m willing to do whatever it takes to make it work.”
However, a source has confirmed to people that the 26-year-old will eventually agree to finalize the divorce.
“He will be signing the papers,” the insider said.
The source also denied recent reports claiming that Humphries was refusing to sign the divorce papers.
On Monday, a “sad and gloomy” Kris was spotted in New York He is reportedly in the Big Apple on “business.”
“Kris looked so depressed,” a witness told Us Weekly. “He looked like he was going to cry in his pizza, sat at the same table he used to sit with Kim.”
“He looked so sad and gloomy. Not the happy Kris who used to tease and laugh with Kim at that table,” the source added. “His friends looked like they were giving him encouragement…they were trying to cheer him up.”
The pair reunited in his hometown of Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota, a few weeks ago, in order to reach “closure” for their relationship.