Claiming that she has grown sick and tired of her husband's political ambitions, Deidre Ball has reportedly filed for divorce from her husband, and new White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci.

According to celebrity news website Page Six, Ball and Scaramucci began dating in 2011 and were married in 2014. She is the former vice president of SkyBridge Capital, the company Scaramucci founded in 2005. He sold the firm in January in anticipation of joining the administration of President Trump-- much to his wife's chagrin. The pending sale will not be finalized until later this year.

Wife says she dislikes her husband's ambition, as well as Donald Trump

"She is tired of his naked ambition, which is so enormous that it left her at her wits’ end," a family friend told Page Six.

Ball and Scaramucci have two children together.

A second source close to the family told Page Six that Deidre was not a fan of Donald Trump, and the couple allegedly fought over Scaramucci's loyalty to the president.

Page Six claims that Deidre Ball has made financial contributions to Democrats and Republicans alike; in 2015 she donated $5,400 to the congressional campaign of Democrat Kathleen Rice, however, that same year she also donated to the campaigns of Republicans Jeb Bush and Scott Walker.

Shortly after Scaramucci was named the new White House communications director, Ball deleted her Twitter account.

Neither has given a statement regarding the impending divorce.

Source claims Ball has no desire to give up her lavish lifestyle

While Ball is reported to possess a keen dislike for Donald Trump, some have speculated that the true reason for the divorce is based upon the massive pay cut Scaramucci will take as the new communications director.

While Scaramucci is entitled to an annual salary of $179,000 for his White House duties, the man they call "The Mooch" has stated that he will not take a dime. According to Politico, a financial disclosure form he filled out as chief strategy officer for Export-Import Bank indicated that Scaramucci earned around $10 million between January and June.

This will probably put a crimp in the couple's lifestyle, and it appears that the 38-year-old former SkyBridge executive has no intention of standing by her husband's side as Scaramucci waits for the sale of his firm to go through. SkyBridge has been valued at $50 million, and Scaramucci owns around forty-four percent of the company.

"She liked the nice Wall Street life and their home on Long Island," said the family friend to Page Six.