Kailyn Lowry has hope she could reunite with her estranged husband, but does he feel the same way? Javi Marroquin exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com if there is a chance the divorce could be called off and if he regrets marrying the Teen Mom 2 star.
"No, there is nothing that could be done, said or heard," he told Radar of if there is hope they could reconcile. "We both know it was too much."
Despite vowing to completely move him, he insisted he does not "regret marrying her."
"We got married and everything was great," he said. "Our marriage wasn't always on the rocks. We did have a lot of fun. She was my best friend and we did a lot of fun stuff together."
The father of Lincoln, 2, and stepson Isaac, 6, revealed marrying at 19 years old could've contributed to their marriage meltdown.
"Maybe we could've waited longer," he explained. "A lot of our friends told us, 'You're 19 years old you guys haven't even seen life yet.'"
Although getting back together is out of the question, a friendship isn't.
"At the end of the day that's my son's mother," he said. "I have a lot of love for Kail and I have a lot of love for who she was. If she's ever going through a rough patch I'm still there for her. Co-parenting we're going great. As far as the friendship goes, maybe one day."
Despite Marroquin's comments, Lowry explained how she is open to the possibility of calling off the divorce.
"I think it would just take time," she said on the VMAs red carpet. "We have different visions for our near future, so I think it would just be a while. I'm really career-driven right now and he's wanting to grow a family, and I want to put that on hold for a while."
As Radar readers know, Marroquin admitted infidelity led to the demise of their marriage.
"People she thinks are loyal to her now are still coming to me about certain situations," he said. "People I haven't even met. I don't know who you are and he said, 'Oh I was with her one time and this it what happened.' It's been rough, everyday."
He added that he plans to expose her secrets in his upcoming tell-all book.
"I have screen shots, I have texts and I have pictures," he said. "They're saved on a lot of different things just in case. When the time is right, what's done in the night will show in the light."