Chris Appleton is giving Lukas Gage the chop.
Kim Kardashian’s hairstylist filed for divorce from the White Lotus star Monday after just six months of marriage, according to court documents obtained by Page Six.
The date of separation was listed as Friday, November 10. They share no children.
Appleton cited “irreconcilable differences” as the cause of the split and requested to terminate the court’s ability to award support to both him and Gage.
The divorce filing also notes that the now-estranged couple signed a post-nuptial agreement on May 3, 2023, and that the division of assets will be handled according to the binding document.
It also states that Appleton, 40, and Gage, 28, have “no community assets.”
A source close to the pair told TMZ, which was the first to report the news, that the decision to call it quits was not “an easy one” for the glam guru to make.
The insider said Appleton did his best to make the marriage work but needed to make the best decision for himself moving forward.
Reps for Appleton and Gage didn’t immediately return Page Six’s requests for comment.
Page Six broke the news that the now-former couple tied the knot in Las Vegas on April 22 in front of just six guests, including Kardashian, who officiated the ceremony. They had gotten engaged just weeks before saying “I do.”
Their wedding aired on The Kardashians last week with the Skims founder, 43, notably urging her friends to sign a prenup in the episode.
Appleton and the Euphoria actor had a whirlwind romance that became public knowledge in February when they posted photos from a vacation at the St. Regis Punta Mita Resort.
The British stylist confirmed their romance just weeks later.
“I’m very happy,” he said on The Drew Barrymore Show in March when asked whether he was seeing anyone. “Very much in love, and I feel very grateful to be able to share my time with someone very special.”
He added, “Love is a really special thing, and I think meeting someone that you really connect with is really, really special.”
This story originally appeared on Page Six and is republished here with permission.