What’s yours is no longer mine. Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale finalized their divorce earlier this month, and neither musician will be receiving spousal or child support, according to The Associated Press.
The former couple, who were married for nearly 13 years before Stefani, 46, filed for divorce last August, share three sons — Kingston, 9, Zuma, 7, and Apollo, 2 — and will now be sharing joint custody of their kids. A Los Angeles judge signed off on the terms of the divorce on April 8.
Additionally, the AP reports that the L.A.M.B. designer will retain all the rights to her band, No Doubt, and Rossdale, 50, will keep all the rights to his band, Bush.
As Us Weekly previously reported, despite their lack of a prenup, Rossdale has agreed to an unequal split of earned assets, meaning that Stefani will walk away with more money.
“It’s still painful,” Stefani confessed on Good Morning America on April 4. “I’m looking at the pieces and going, ‘What is happening?’ There’s so many great things, but it’s still super-hard to have your family break up. What do you do after that? Here we are, we’re doing it.”
In March, Stefani opened up to Time magazine about why she feels OK speaking so freely about her split.
“I don’t feel like I have anything to be ashamed of,” the style icon told the publication, in an indirect reference to Rossdale’s affair with their former nanny Mindy Mann. “I’ve done nothing wrong. I don’t feel like I have anything to protect about myself. But when you’re a mother, you have to have some boundaries.”
Stefani has since moved on with fellow Voice coach Blake Shelton.
On Tuesday, April 19, the “Make Me Like You” singer belted out her new song, “Misery,” on the show in front of the country superstar himself.
“I have front row tickets!!!!! Can’t wait!!!” the 39-year-old singer wrote earlier in the day Tuesday.