Could Kailyn Lowry and Javi Marroquin be reconciling their marriage? According to the recently released "Teen Mom 2" trailer, the answer to that question is a definite "no."

In a sneak peek at the series' upcoming season, Lowry and Marroquin are seen at odds and during one particular scene, Lowry makes it clear that she has no plans to get back with Marroquin. "We are getting divorced. Period... point blank," the reality star is heard telling her husband of three years, reminding him that they were not a "happy couple."

Is Kailyn Lowry selfish?

In another scene, Marroquin takes aim at Kailyn Lowry, the mother of his 3-year-old son, Lincoln, by suggesting she never thinks of anyone but herself.

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He even claimed she fails to think about her two sons, including Lincoln and her older boy, Isaac, whose father is her ex-boyfriend, Jo Rivera.

Marroquin then brings up the idea that Lowry has slept with someone else, but fans won't see Lowry's response to his allegations until the series begins airing in a couple of months. Following Lowry's split from Marroquin, rumors began swirling in regard to possible cheating, but thus far, nothing has been confirmed on either side.

Kailyn Lowry and her husband got married in 2012

Lowry and her former husband tied the knot in a courthouse ceremony in 2012 and later celebrated their marriage with a second, much larger ceremony in Camden, New Jersey at the Adventure Aquarium.

Then, just weeks later, after their 2013 ceremony, Lowry and Marroquin's son Lincoln was born.

Throughout the sixth and seventh seasons of "Teen Mom 2," Lowry and her husband's relationship has been strained and often, they are seen at odds. However, now that they have decided to part ways, fans are sure to be seeing the estranged couple even more at odds than usual. Hopefully, they will ultimately end their feuding for the sake of their son.

Kailyn Lowry and her family, including her estranged husband and two sons, Isaac and Lincoln, will return to MTV for a new season of "Teen Mom 2" on January 2.

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