The Big Little Lies star's divorce from Glusman was filed back in December 2020 before being entered into records on Tuesday, August 24, according to documents obtained by Us Weekly.
The former pair secretly tied the knot in May 2019 before having another celebration with friends and family in June 2019. The second ceremony took place at the father of the bride Lenny Kravitz’s estate in Paris.
Those in attendance at the event included the Divergent actress’ mother Lisa Bonet, her step-father Jason Momoa, as well as Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Nicole Kidman, Denzel Washington, and Cara Delevigne.
Kravitz, 32, has seemingly been in good company despite the split, as rumors of a relationship with Channing Tatum have been making their rounds.
Tatum is set to star in Kravitz’s directorial debut film, Pussy Island, and the pair have become well-acquainted with each other while on set.
“There’s more than a friendship going on with Channing and Zoë,” an insider told E!. “They’re spending a lot of time together and having fun. They are more than just close friends or co-stars. Their relationship has grown into more.”
Just last week, Kravitz was seen strolling around New York City alongside the Magic Mike star, and she was even pictured holding onto the actor, 41, as she hopped on the back of his bike.
On Monday, August 23, the pair kept rumors going while they were spotted leaving the grocery store together, with two bouquets of flowers in Kravitz’s hands.
The duo previously talked about their friendship as sat down for an interview with Deadline in June, where the Step Up star had nothing but nice things to say about Kravitz — including that she’s been giving him some fashion tips.
“When someone can just come out and tell me I should not be wearing Crocs, and is so adamant about it, she completely convinced me and I never wear Crocs anymore,” he said in the interview.
“I was just trying to be a good friend, Chan!,” Kravitz replied.
The High Fidelity star also gushed to the outlet about her appreciation for Tatum as well, noting “Chan was my first choice” for the starring role in the film: “I just knew from Magic Mike and his live shows, I got the sense he’s a true feminist and I wanted to collaborate with someone who was clearly interesting in exploring this subject matter.”