Almost to the finish line! Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have finally reached a divorce settlement two years after pulling the plug on their 12-year marriage, Us Weekly can confirm.
The Oscar winner, 43, and the Coldplay frontman, 39, who wed in 2003 and filed for divorce in December 2015 after “consciously uncoupling” in 2014, have figured out the logistics of their breakup.
According to a legal document filed by Paltrow, both parties have forfeited their rights to spousal support. The former couple, who are the parents of Apple, 12, and Moses, 10, have also entered into a written agreement regarding their property and child support. The last step in making their split official will be the court’s final judgment.
The pair have maintained an amicable relationship since calling it quits.
“It’s like we are still a family, but not a couple,” the Iron Man actress told Marie Claire Australia in April, according to the Mirror. “I think we are better as friends than we were [married]. We are very close and supportive of one another.”
The twosome reunite regularly to spend quality time with their kids. Most recently, Paltrow took Moses to a Coldplay concert in Lima, Peru, on April 8, so her rockstar ex could wish their son a happy birthday in front of thousands of fans.
“When your dad wishes you an early 10th birthday at work…#coldplaylima,” the Goop founder wrote alongside an Instagram video of her little guy walking out to thunderous applause and ear-shattering screams.
In addition to making co-parenting seem like a breeze, the once-in-love duo have both enjoyed romances since breaking up. Martin dated Jennifer Lawrence on and off in 2015, and he was linked to actress Annabelle Wallis last August. For her part, Paltrow has been happily dating American Horror Story producer Brad Falchuk since August 2014.
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