“A Walk to Remember” star Mandy Moore and indie rocker Ryan Adams have decided to mutually end their marriage of nearly six years, The Daily Mail reported on Friday, January 30.
The two announced their “respectful, amicable parting of ways” in a joint statement. Legal papers filed by Adams showed the ex-couple had been separated almost five months before filing for divorce. Sources close to the couple claimed that the estranged pair had not seen each other for a long time.
30-year-old Moore and 40-year-old Adams dated in 2007 before getting married in March 2009.
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54-year-old X Files alum David Duchovny and 48-year-old Deep Impact actress Tea Leoni ended their 17-year marriage in a divorce filed in June, Mail Online reported on Saturday, August 9.
Although Duchovny and Leoni will share legal custody over their two children, 15-year-old daughter Madelaine West and 12-year-old son Kyd Miller, Leoni will take the primary physical custody over them. Duchovny will reportedly pay the actress $40,000 a month in spousal support, $8,333 a month in child support, and other additional costs relating to the children, such as private school and college costs.
The two wed in 1997 and were separated twice before filing for divorce.
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