After weeks of speculation and a planned trial scheduled in a few weeks, Kim Kardashian and her ex Kris Humphries have agreed on terms to settle their divorce.
The agreement was announced Friday in Los Angeles by Superior Court Judge Hank Goldberg -- one week after a previous round of divorce settlement talks failed. "I think this is a reasonable way to resolve this case," said Goldberg, who did not disclose terms of the settlement.
Kardashian arrived to court wearing a black silk maternity dress.
Humphries was not present, but was represented in the courtroom by his
lawyer. Kardashian told ET's Rocsi Diaz after the hearing that she is not officially divorced until the final agreement is signed by the judge, which her lawyer Laura Wasser said would take place in June.
The settlement averted a planned May 6 trial to resolve divorce issues between Kardashian and Humphries, who split in October 2011 citing "irreconcilable differences" after a marriage that lasted just 72 days.
Humphries had requested that the marriage be annulled and accused Kardashian of "defrauding" him into marrying her. The reality star denied the fraud claim and was seeking to have the marriage dissolved as a traditional divorce.