Kim Zolciak-Biermann and Husband Kroy Biermann File for Divorce After 11 Years of Marriage

The 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' alum and the former NFL player married in 2011.

The party is over for Kim Zolciak-Biermann and Kroy Biermann! Both Kim and Kroy have filed for divorce from one another after 11 years of marriage.

In a document obtained by ET, it's revealed that the former NFL player filed for divorce from the Don't Be Tardy star on May 5, noting the two are in a "bona fide state of separation."

In the doc filed in Georgia's Fulton County, Kroy states that his marriage is "irretrievably broken with no hope of reconciliation." He is seeking the temporary and permanent sole legal and sole physical custody of the couple's four minor children. He is not seeking custody of their two older kids.

Kroy wants child support to be awarded on a temporary and permanent basis, and notes that he "brought certain separate property to the marriage and seeks an award of the same." Kroy is also seeking that all debts and obligations during the course of the marriage be divided equally and that he be awarded exclusive, temporary and permanent use and possession of the couple's home.

Additionally, Kroy is asking for his attorneys' fees and expenses of litigation be paid for within reason. 

ET has learned that Kim also filed her own divorce petition in Fulton County on the same day as Kroy. According to Kim's petition, obtained by ET, the pair have been separated since April 30. 

Kim is seeking joint legal and primary physical custody of the children, as well as temporary and permanent child support. She is also seeking alimony, arguing that she is "dependent upon Kroy" for financial "support and maintenance."

TMZ was first to report Kroy and Kim's breakup.

Together Kim, 44, and Kroy, 37, share Kroy, 11, Kash, 10, and twins, Kaia and Kane, 9. During their marriage, Kroy adopted Kim's oldest daughters, Brielle, 26, and Ariana, 21.

Neither Kim nor Kroy have spoken out about the divorce.

The pair's whirlwind romance began when they met in 2010 at a charity event. At the time, Kroy was playing for the Atlanta Falcons. The couple's love was documented on The Real Housewives of Atlanta and on their spinoff show, Don't Be Tardy -- which featured their lavish Georgia wedding.

The filing comes two months after the couple's home in Alpharetta, Georgia, was taken off of the auction block due to foreclosure. The law office of Brock & Scott, PLLC said the auction of the couple's sprawling six-bedroom, nine-bathroom home was canceled on Feb. 22. The law office refused to provide a reason for the cancelation, but said no new date has been set for the sale of the home. 

According to a Fulton County notice of foreclosure posted in February, Truist Bank was set to auction off the mansion on March 7 at the Fulton County Courthouse. According to the notice of foreclosure, as seen by ET, the foreclosure stems from Kim and Kroy defaulting on the $1.65 million loan they took out to buy the home on Oct. 23, 2012.

Kroy last appeared on Kim's Instagram grid in February after the pair attended a football game. The former RHOA star shared a picture of her and Kroy standing alongside Falcons tight end Kyle Pitts.