Christina Anstead and Ant Anstead have officially closed the chapter on their marriage nine months after announcing their split.
The former couple have reportedly finalised their divorce and been granted joint legal and physical custody of their son Hudson, 21 months, according to People.
The duo will also reportedly not have to pay each other any spousal support going forward and have privately agreed upon how they will be dividing up their assets and property.
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Christina and Ant's milestone comes just nine months after the Christina on the Coast star announced their split, and seven months after she officially filed for divorce.
"Ant and I have made the difficult decision to separate. We are grateful for each other and as always, our children will remain our priority," she said in a statement on Instagram in September 2020.
She added: "We appreciate your support and ask for privacy for us and our family as we navigate the future."
Christina and Ant announced their split in 2020
Ant – who is also a father to daughter Amelie, 17 and son Archie, 14, with his first wife – was left devastated by the breakup, saying at the time: "It really hit me hard. The impact on me, my sleep, my diet, my stress, it showed."
He added: "But I reached this turning point where I was either going to dwell in the darkness or I was just going to slap myself around the face a few times and say, 'Wake up; you’re incredibly blessed. Focus on all the great things.'"
Ant has since moved into a brand new Laguna Beach home, while Christina recently found a buyer for their former family home in Newport Beach, which they also married in, after listing it in April for $6million.
The star plans to remain in the area with her three children – she also shares Taylor, ten, and Brayden, five, with ex-husband Tarek El-Moussa – but they will also be seeking new adventures following the news she has purchased a second home in Tennessee.
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