Elle Macpherson and Jeff Soffer technically never married?

Page Six exclusively reported in June that billionaire Jeff Soffer and model Elle Macpherson split up after marrying in 2013 — but sources now say Soffer’s been telling pals that he and Macpherson were never technically married.

An insider tells Page Six that top real estate developer Soffer’s been bragging to pals that he and Macpherson may have never been legally married since they wed in Fiji.

The couple reportedly got married in 2013 in an intimate ceremony in front of just 15 family members and friends. Other details, such as who married the pair at the time, were scarce. Besides that, it was a “day ceremony,” and guests included Soffer’s power developer dad, Donald Soffer, and Macpherson’s two teen sons.

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue supermodel, who was nicknamed “The Body” in her heyday, and Soffer dated for two years and split for eight months before getting engaged in 2012.

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But by June of this year, a source told us, “Elle and Jeff are definitely over,” and, “She has left their house at Indian Creek in Miami with her kids, and is looking for her own house in Miami.”

An Australian magazine, Women’s Day, reported that Macpherson walked away with a $26 million mansion, plus $53 million, in the breakup.

There are no records of a Soffer-Macpherson divorce in Florida. There are Florida divorce proceedings on file from Soffer’s previous marriage to Kimberly, dated 2007. The couple hasn’t publicly addressed the divorce reports, and reps for Macpherson and Soffer didn’t get back to us.

According to Fiji’s tourism site, “Weddings in Fiji are recognized as legal worldwide.” But the Fiji embassy in Washington, DC, explains that “overseas visitors intending to get married in Fiji are required by law to obtain and sign a marriage license of their choice from a nearest marriage registry prior to the marriage ceremony” — which involves providing documents such as an original birth certificate, or passport — and “divorce and death certificate if either one or both party were previously married.”

Fiji also has rules over who can officiate weddings.

This article originally appeared in Page Six.