Brandon Jenner's wife Leah Felder files for divorce

Brandon Jenner — the eldest son of Caitlyn Jenner and songwriter Linda Thompson — and his wife, Leah Felder, are officially headed to Splitsville.

On Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018, Felder filed for divorce from her husband of six years, TMZ reports. The high school sweethearts are perhaps best known for making a number of appearances alongside the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan on Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

According to court documents obtained by the gossip rag, Felder reportedly cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split and listed the former couple's date of separation as July 10, 2018. In addition to asking for joint custody of their only child, 3-year-old daughter Eva James, Felder is requesting spousal support from Jenner.

Felder, 35, and Jenner, 37, married in Hawaii in June 2012. The soon-to-be exes, who've also released indie-pop music together under the moniker Brandon & Leah, later welcomed little Eva James in July 2015.

At the time of this writing, further details about their divorce proceedings have yet to be revealed.

As Nicki Swift previously reported, the "Showstopper" musicians first took to Instagram on Sept. 10, 2018, to announce their separation — which thankfully seems about as amicable as can be. "Hi everybody, it is with love in our hearts that we feel its time to share some personal news with you all," Felder and Jenner wrote in a joint statement to the latter's 1.1 million followers. "After celebrating fourteen beautiful years together, we have lovingly come to the decision to end the romantic aspect of our relationship."

"We are deeply proud of the life we've cultivated together and are truly grateful for the bond of friendship we hold and cherish today. It is stronger than ever," they continued. "Even though we have chosen to separate as a couple, we still love one another very, very much and remain a major part of each others lives — as best friends, family and loving parents to our daughter."

In order to avoid any negative speculation about the nature of their breakup, Felder and Jenner went on to emphasize that "there has been no lying or cheating or fighting that prompted this change," but rather "an expansion of our individual evolution which has inspired us to support each other in a new way." For good measure, they added, "Here we openly share our truth with you all and, respectfully, we won't be commenting further so anything that might state the contrary of this message would, undoubtedly, be a fabrication."

While Jenner's younger brother Brody married longtime girlfriend Kaitlynn Carter this past June, Felder and Jenner unfortunately aren't the only celeb pairing in the reality TV sphere to recently call it quits on their nuptials. 

Just this week, rumors began circulating surrounding the impending divorce between Girls Next Door alum Holly Madison and her husband, EDM event promoter Pasquale Rotella. Shortly after, Rotella confirmed the end of their five-year marriage on social media, writing in part, "It is with love in our hearts and a deep respect for one another that Holly and I have amicably made the decision to separate. First and foremost, we are forever partners and parents to two beautiful children, and are fully committed to raising them in an environment filled with love and positivity." 

The former couple, who tied the knot at Disneyland in 2013, share 5-year-old daughter Rainbow and 2-year-old son Forest. While emphasizing that he and Madison plan to remain the "best of friends while co-parenting," Rotella noted, "Though it was not a decision we made hastily or take lightly, Holly and I welcome this next chapter in our relationship, and have every confidence that the future will bring only the best for us and our kids."

Meanwhile, Madison's former Girls Next Door co-star Kendra Wilkinson officially announced her split from former NFL star Hank Baskett in April of this year. The two, who share 8-year-old son Hank Jr. and 4-year-old daughter Alijah, had been married for nearly nine years. However, unlike the previously mentioned couples, their seemingly amicable breakup unfortunately took a nasty turn in June 2018. At the time, the Kendra On Top star accused her estranged ex of recording her during an argument and later apologized to him in two series of deleted tweets. While opening up about her new single life on social media just last month, Wilkinson admitted that "divorce sucks" to her 2.8 million Instagram followers.