August 26, 2022 | 9:02pm

They are never, ever, ever getting back together.

Crystal Renay insists the chances of her reconciling with her estranged husband, Ne-Yo, are non-existent.

“There are no chances,” she told an inquiring TMZ paparazzo outside Los Angeles International Airport on Friday.

“Certain things can’t be forgiven, but God will forgive, and one day so will I,” she added, explaining that she feels “the Christian in [her] has to [forgive] one day.”

Renay, who appeared upbeat and ringless in the clip, noted that the two are “moving on to better lives.”

As for whether that involves her dating again, she shrugged and replied, “Only God knows.”

Earlier this month, the model, 36, filed for divorce from the singer, 42, alleging he had “recently fathered” a child with his “paramour” amid previous infidelity claims.

“Certain things can’t be forgiven,” the model said Friday.
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Renay listed the pair’s date of separation as July 22 and called their marriage “irretrievably broken with no hope for reconciliation.”

She and the Grammy winner (real name: Shaffer Chimere Smith) first wed in February 2016. The on-again, off-again couple divorced two years later but married again this past April.

Together, they have three children: Shaffer, 6, Roman, 4, and Isabella, 1. (Ne-Yo is also dad to Madilyn, 11, and Mason, 10, from his previous relationship with Monyetta Shaw.)

In her Aug. 1 divorce filing, Renay requested primary physical custody as well as joint legal custody of their kids.

She has accused the singer of fathering another woman’s child.
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One day prior to filing, the “heartbroken and disgusted” model accused the R&B crooner of cheating in a lengthy Instagram post, calling him a “narcissist” and referring to their time together as “eight years of lies and deception.”

She said she spent the marriage “unknowingly sharing [her] life and husband with numerous of [sic] women who sell their bodies to him unprotected … every last one of them!”

Renay also hinted that Ne-Yo may have begged her for forgiveness, writing, “To ask me to stay and accept it is absolutely insane.”

The musician kept his response succinct, tweeting shortly after her claims made headlines, “For the sake of our children, my family and I will work through our challenges behind closed doors. Personal matters are not meant to be addressed and dissected in public forums.”

He also asked the public to “respect [him] and [his] family’s privacy at this time.”