Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie enjoy family holiday following their divorce

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There are no hard feelings between Hilary Duff and her ex-husband Mike Comrie. Following their divorce, which was only finalised in early February, the former couple have put "family first" to ensure their son Luca enjoys a break in Hawaii.

The Younger star and her former hockey player husband snapped a sweet family selfie with their three-year-old son Luca Cruz Comrie and Mike’s younger brother Ty Comrie. "#familyfirst#mauivibes Mikey me luc and @tycomrie," Hilary captioned the snap on Tuesday.

#familyfirst #mauivibes Mikey me luc and @tycomrie ✌🏻️☀️

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The family are enjoying a holiday in Hawaii

The actress also shared a beautiful image of her and her son enjoying some beach time at sunset. "My blue eyed boy...you crush me," Hilary wrote on Instagram.

After reaching a financial settlement and agreeing on joint custody of their son, the 28-year-old singer's divorce from the former professional hockey player was finalised.

However, when Hilary originally filed for divorce on 20 February 2015, she cited the reason as irreconcilable differences and was seeking sole custody of their son.

My blue eyed boy ❤️ you crush me...

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Hilary and Mike share three-year-old Luca

When Mike filed his divorce response in an LA superior court, he asked for joint legal and physical custody of their little boy. His request went against Hilary's initial file, which asked for primary custody of Luca, with visitation rights for Mike.

Legal documents, obtained by TMZ, reveal that the pair will co-parent their son, splitting joint physical custody, and adhering to a "mutually-agreed upon" set schedule. Neither parent is receiving child support and they have agreed to split any costs related to their son.

Although it has been tough finalising their divorce, Hilary has always expressed how close her and Mike have remained following the split. "We are a unit and we're going to be a unit for the rest of our lives," she told People magazine.