Adele and Simon Konecki reportedly agreed on having joint custody of their child and neither party will be paying spousal support.
The exes will have joint legal and physical custody of their 8-year-old son Angelo, according to a divorce judgment obtained by TMZ.
Adele’s rep had no comment.
The judgement also stated that more details about their child support agreement are laid out in a separate judgement that was not publicly filed.
Last week Adele, 32, and Konecki, 46, finalized their divorce nearly two years after breaking up.
We reported in January that Adele and Konecki had reached a settlement in their divorce, opting to determine rights to community property and debts through mediation.
They first ended their relationship in April 2019 after seven years together. Though there were rumors that she and Konecki secretly married, the crooner didn’t confirm they were husband and wife until the 2017 Grammys.
“They are committed to raising their son together lovingly,” a rep for the singer told The Associated Press at the time.
She officially filed for divorce from Konecki in September 2019.
During their break-up, the singer spent much of her time with her son and focused on self-improvement.
“She’s free and spirited and feels like a new person,” a source told People at the time. “She’s happy, healthy and eager to continue to better herself.”
The mag also reported that Adele had changed her diet, increased her exercise routine and turned to a personal trainer and Pilates classes.
“For her, it’s not about losing weight,” a second source said. “She wants to stay healthy for her son’s sake, and though it’s been challenging for her to keep a new workout routine, she is sticking to it.”
“She has taken a more serious interest in improving herself and is actually having a great time,” the source added.
Adele made headlines this past year when she debuted a dramatic weight loss, allegedly telling a fan she dropped around 100 pounds. The singer reportedly used the Sirtfood diet and exercised to slim down.
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