Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty; Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Meghan King and Jim Edmonds
King spoke about her ex's nuptials on Tuesday's episode of her podcast, Intimate Knowledge, starting the conversation with guest Heather McDonalds by commending O'Connor's "beautiful" dress and said "hopefully" the newly married couple "will last."
King called the Italian wedding "very small" and took place on her own birthday before noting that she found it "interesting that he had a nanny there, but none of his seven children."
"There was no kids to nanny at the wedding!" the Real Housewives of Orange County alum claimed, going on to say that her and Edmonds' three children — 4-year-old twin sons Hart and Hayes and 5-year-old daughter Aspen — "weren't even invited, as far as I know. They don't even have passports and he didn't ask me to get them a passport."
A rep for Edmonds tells PEOPLE that King's comments are "constant harassment" of her ex-husband and are "both disgraceful and pathetic at the same time."
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"Meghan continues to keep herself in the public eye by disparaging Jim, and then complains to anyone who will listen that coparenting is difficult," the rep says. "Meghan needs to focus on getting the help she needs to lead a productive and meaningful life."
Elsewhere in the podcast, King went on to say that she and Edmonds don't communicate and explained the situation around the temporary restraining order she obtained against him in June.
"We ended up turning it into a consent order that has all of the same terms as a restraining order but now it's reciprocal, so I have to follow it as well," she explained, claiming, "I follow the rules so whatever, it doesn't make any difference to me."
Kortnie O'Connor/Instagram Jim Edmonds with Kortnie O'Connor and his children Hart, Hayes, and Aspen
"It's good for Jim and I because we don't have to see each other or communicate except about the kids, which is nice."
King also alleged that her ex sent her "some nasty messages," including one where he "replied all to my son's class and said that I suck."
"He replied all to my son's class, a big, huge email for a parent-teacher sign up sheet, and said 'you all can see how much my ex-wife sucks.' "
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King said one of the other moms in the class reached out sympathizing with her and added, "I don't even know who that person is, who said 'I'm sorry.' "
"I don't know any of these people. My son just started at the school."
King and Edmonds split in October 2019 after five years of marriage, though their divorce wasn't finalized until May 2021.