Kim Zolciak isn’t ready to part ways with her rocks from Kroy Biermann.
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum shared a video of herself drinking from a Solo cup Monday — but her massive diamonds on that finger stole the show when they were flaunted right in front of the camera lens.
Zolciak celebrated her 45th birthday with a group of close female friends and even spent part of the evening with “Long Island Medium” star Theresa Caputo.
The “Don’t Be Tardy” star dressed in a plunging black mini dress and accessorized her outfit with her massive diamonds from her now-estranged husband.
It’s unclear why Zolciak put her jewels back on, as she and the former NFL player’s divorce has turned extremely acrimonious and she had previously removed them.
The former couple are in a bitter custody battle over their four minor kids, and Zolciak has requested in court documents that Biermann, 37, undergo drug testing out of “fears” for their children’s safety.
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In response, the Atlanta Falcons alum submitted a motion asking a judge to compel the Bravolebrity to submit to a psychological evaluation.
He claims her alleged “gambling” addiction has “financially devastated” the family.
Biermann further alleged that “[Kim’s] time is so consumed with online gambling” that she cannot properly care for Kroy, 11, Kash, 10, and 9-year-old twins Kaia and Kane.
They also share Zolciak’s two adult daughters, Brielle, 26, and Ariana, 21, whom the former Buffalo Bills player adopted in 2013.
Biermann previously filed a petition seeking sole legal and physical custody of his biological kids, while Zolciak requested the same. She, however, was willing to allow her ex visitation rights.
Zolciak and Biermann pulled the plug on their marriage earlier this month after 11 years and mounting financial woes.
On the same day that news of their divorce broke, it was also revealed that the duo owed the IRS more than $1 million in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties.
Their Georgia estate also hit the auction block but Zolciak and Biermann were able to save it from foreclosure.