A judge reportedly signed off on the divorce settlement on Thursday, March 4.
The pair submitted a judgment packet last month, which has now been signed, Us Weekly reported. Adele and Konecki chose to determine rights to their property and debts via mediation in what is reportedly a $190 million divorce settlement.
They both represented themselves, and Adele’s request to keep information about the divorce private was granted in April 2020.
The former couple announced that they had split up in April 2019 after they tied the knot the year before. They welcomed their first and only child, Angelo, in 2012 — months after they went public with their romance.
The 32-year-old reportedly gifted Konecki her Los Angeles home in February 2019, but they called it quits within weeks.
"They are committed to raising their son together lovingly," a representative said at the time.
Adele and Konecki "realized the romantic love was no longer there," a source told Us Weekly, and they were "disappointed" that the relationship "didn’t work out."
"They made it very clear they didn't want to set lawyers on each other but the process hasn't been exactly straightforward all the same. The priority was making sure they did right by their son, Angelo," an insider told The Sun.
"The first thing they agreed on was sharing custody, and since then it has been about dividing up the rest of their marital finances fairly.
"Fortunately they have managed to get there without an explosive public court case, slanging matches or scandalous claims about each other, and that gives them the best possible chance of staying on good terms in the future."
Within five months of the announcement of their split, Adele reportedly filed the divorce paperwork and cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the divorce.
While fans are eager to hear Adele’s long-awaited fourth studio album, they shouldn’t expect to hear divorce breakup songs on her follow-up to 25. "Heartbreak has helped Adele shift records over the years but this split is quite different," a source told The Sun.
"They’re both aware their son Angelo should be protected and that’s why Adele has agreed not to sing about their relationship.
"Her new album will have a different sound anyway, so it hasn’t bothered her too much that Simon quietly expected her to keep their relationship out of her music."
Despite the divorce, Adele is remains optimistic. "Adele feels that 2021 is going to be her best year yet," an insider previously told OK!.
"Adele's always said she was anti-fame, but she's much more comfortable with the attention these days, and that's because she feels better in her own skin.
"Adele proved she's a natural actress on SNL and has already been approached by some of the biggest studio bosses and celebrities in Hollywood — Brad Pitt, Will Smith and Quentin Tarantino all want to work with her."