Three months after filing for divorce, Kris Jenner and Bruce Jenner have reportedly finalized their split Credit: Beck Starr/FilmMagic

Looks like Kris and Bruce Jenner's 22-year marriage is legally over. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians stars, who first announced their separation in October 2013, finalized their divorce on Tuesday, Dec. 16, less than three months after they filed documents with the L.A. Superior Courthouse.

According to TMZ, the couple divided up their bank accounts and other assets, with Kris getting the family home. As predicted, neither star will receive spousal support, and they'll share custody of 17-year-old daughter Kylie. (Daughter Kendall, 19, is no longer a minor.)

The now-ex spouses filed nearly identical papers with the court in September, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split. They remained friendly after separating, though, and were often seen supporting each other at various events.

"We are living apart," Kris, 59, told Us Weekly in October 2013. "But there is no animosity. We are united and committed to our family."

That family includes, of course, Kris' children from her previous marriage to the late Robert Kardashian: daughters Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe, and son Rob. Bruce — whose post-split transformation has become an obsessed-over conversation topic this past year — has four kids from previous marriages.

"It's a decision. Love is a decision, divorce is a decision. It's not a good decision, but we're happier living apart than we were together. Everybody feels it," the momager said in an interview on The Talk in November.

"The good in my life so outweighs the bad," she added, citing the then-imminent birth of her fourth grandchild, whom Kourtney and boyfriend Scott Disick welcomed on Dec. 14. "It's such joy. And we're all happy and looking forward to all the good stuff in life."