Kim Zolciak Says She's Not Out to 'Prove Any Points' amid Divorce: 'Elevating in Silence'

Zolciak's estranged husband Kroy Biermann refiled for divorce in August after the Bravo couple first petitioned in May to legally end their marriage, then briefly attempted to reconcile

<p>Prince Williams/Wireimage</p> Kim Zolciak in 2020.

Prince Williams/Wireimage

Kim Zolciak in 2020.

Kim Zolciak is protecting her peace.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum shared a quote via Instagram Story on Sunday that declared she's choosing silence amid her pending divorce from Kroy Biermann.

“Really enjoying my privacy these days…don’t care to be seen, heard, or to prove any points…just living and elevating in silence and peace.” The post came from an account called @thegoodpost, and Zolciak, 45, showed her support for it with two red hearts and a prayer hands emoji.

Related: Kim Zolciak Says She's 'Working on Marriage' to Kroy Biermann After Second Divorce Filing

<p>Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty</p> Kroy Biermann and Kim Zolciak pose at Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

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Kroy Biermann and Kim Zolciak pose at Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

Last month, Zolciak's 38-year-old NFL veteran ex filed for divorce for the second time this year. The August petition called the couple's 12-year marriage "irretrievably broken," just as both Biermann and Zolciak's original filings had. (The couple briefly called of the split and attempted to reconcile in July, though the good will was short-lived.)

Zolciak has commented on the apparent separation via Instagram. A follower asked if she was in her Georgia home — which she shares with Biermann and their six kids — and she answered, "I’m living here not going anywhere! Been working on our marriage and have been living together as husband and wife. The lies daily are too much.”

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The former Don't Be Tardy stars appear to have suffered from financial strain. In February their Georgia mansion went into foreclosure, though the couple stopped the property from going up for public auction.

Because of this, Biermann approached the court solo last month and asked for the sole ability to sell the home. Court documents obtained by PEOPLE stated that the sale could help erase “significant debt” for the couple.

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