Things are worse than ever before between Khloé Kardashian and Caitlyn Jenner. The KUWTK star is expecting her first child with boyfriend Tristan Thompson, and while this is the happiest time in her life, her pregnancy has done little to help end the feud with her former stepdad.

Following the publication of her memoir, the Kardashians turned on Caitlyn, after she claimed her ex-wife Kris Jenner was not supportive of her transition. Caitlyn has also admitted to only remaining in contact with her biological daughters Kendall and Kylie Jenner since writing the book — and seems to be keeping her word. The former Olympian hasn’t even congratulated Khloé on her baby news!

“Khloé has no intention of reconciling with Caitlyn. As far as she’s concerned, Caitlyn totally overstepped the mark by publicly attacking Kris in her memoir,” a source told Hollywood Life. “Caitlyn hasn’t reached out to Khloé at all, not even after the news broke that she’s pregnant — something Caitlyn knew was a huge thing for Khloé. It’s sad because Bruce was a such a large part of Khloé’s life growing up, and she loved him deeply, but since transitioning into Caitlyn, Khloé feels like she really doesn’t know her former stepfather at all anymore.”

Last month, Khloé revealed that her relationship with Caitlyn was non-existent. During an appearance on the UK morning talk show Lorraine, she confirmed that her pregnancy did not spur a reconciliation. “I don’t think it affects anything with Caitlyn. Things are just as they are,” the 33-year-old coldly responded.

Caitlyn has also spoken out about being shunned by her former stepkids — and she revealed she was hurt by their words. “It’s been a little bit tough over the last couple of years on the Kardashian side,” she said during a speech with students in Cambridge. “To be honest, I don’t talk to them anymore. Kim, I haven’t talked to in a year. They don’t want me in their lives. They bashed me pretty badly. It’s devastating when your kids do that. It really hurt.” Let’s hope the pair can put their differences aside once the baby arrives.