Kim Kardashian, who recently gave birth to baby North West, reportedly wanted to have one final Skype conversation with ex-husband, Kris Humphries, to be filmed and to appear on her hit television series, "Keeping Up With the Kardashians".
The reality television star, with her show appearing on the popular channel E!, was eager to have the video chat with Kris to apologize for things that happened during the divorce battle, and show viewers that she and Kris are ending their marriage on good terms.
A source reported to gossip website RadarOnline.com that Kris, a 28-year-old basketball star whom Kim was married to for 72 days before filing for divorce, declined Kim's request to have the final Skype chat, even though Kim planned to apologize to him. “Kris said no way. Kris turned down Kim’s offer because he didn’t want to appear on any of the Kim reality shows ever again. Kim and Kris haven’t spoken since the divorce was made final, and there are no plans to do so.”
On a recent episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians", Kim is show high-fiving her family and celebrating the finalization of their divorce. Kim was also seen talking about the video chat, that she hoped to have, to her mom Kris Jenner and sister Khloe Kardashian saying: "I want one Skype phone call with him. I want a one-on-one conversation with him. It really bothers me that he really feels in his heart that I didn’t love him." She continued, saying "There are things I would own up to and say 'You know I’m sorry I hurt you, I’m sorry if you felt like we should have communicated better in our filing for divorce'. I wish I did that differently."
Apparently, Kris was not thrilled, and was hurt about the way that Kim reacted to the divorce being final. A source said, “He heard about it from his friends. On the day the divorce was finalized, Kris was sombre and a bit sad. There was absolutely no celebration, or parties. It was the end of his marriage, and it was a reflective time for him. It didn’t surprise him that Kim carried on the way she did on the show.”