While the newly-divorced duo came to an agreement back in October, they still had to wait for the judge's seal of approval. On Tuesday morning, Fox and Green's decade-long marriage legally came to an end.
Everything seems to have ended on amicable terms, despite all the drama that ensued after their split. Fox and Green have 3 kids together —Journey, 4, Bodhi, 7, and Noah, 8 — who they agreed to share joint legal custody of. The two did not have a prenup when they wed in 2010, but a settlement deal has been reached behind the scenes.
Now, the actors are legally able to move on with their separate lives and new relationships.
Fox originally filed for divorce all the way back in 2015 — ten years into their romance. Despite reconciling, Fox filed for divorce again in November 2020, months after she was photographed looking extra cozy with MGK.
When her relationship with the rocker began, no one even knew that she had separated from Green.
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The Jennifer's Body star was forced to defend herself after Green made it seem like she was an "absent mother."
Recently the two called it a truce with Green's girlfriend saying her man had no bad blood with his ex "As long as they're both on the same page with the kids, he's good and happy for them," Burgess said, referring to the actress' ex and her new engagement.
The feeling is mutual for Fox.
After Green announced he's expecting a child with Burgess, insiders told HollywoodLife, “Megan is really happy that Brian has found someone who makes him happy and she thinks Sharna is such a doll. Megan feels like Sharna is a total blessing and thinks she’s going to make an amazing mom.”