The announcement comes after Luann denied the two were heading for a split just last month. During an appearance on "Watch What Happens Live," Andy Cohen addressed what he called "the elephant in the room," asking her about a Page Six article alleging their marriage was "hanging by a thread" and that she slapped him in a restaurant in Palm Beach.
"Oh, my God, that's so not right," Luann said. "I did not slap him. We have a very passionate love affair going. And let me tell you, we never go to bed angry, but when we do, when we wake up, we make up."
Cohen pointed out that her statement was a bit contradictory.
"So then you don't never go to bed angry," Cohen replied before grilling her again about the alleged slap. "It's gossip. Come on. It's gossip," she fired back, "I took his face in a very loving way, and people took it as a slap."
The marriage seemed doomed from the start, considering Tom was photographed kissing another woman during the couple's engagement. After seeing the photo, Luann still decided to go through with the wedding.