Gwen Stefani has finalised the details of her divorce with estranged husband Gavin Rossdale. The exes have now decided to mutually share the custody of their children. Stefani and Rossdale have three sons - nine-year-old Kingston, seven-year-old Zuma and one-year-old Apollo.

Gwen and Gavin have finally reached an agreement in their divorce process, according to TMZ. The ex-couple reportedly agreed to a 50/50 split in parental custody but Rossdale will be with their children more than Stefani because the latter's job requires her to tour most of the time. Stefani and Rossdale did not sign a prenuptial agreement to sort out the monetary split. But the Bush frontman agreed to get less than his share of their community property.

The Grammy award winning singer decided to end her marriage and filed a divorce on Aug. 3 owing to irreconcilable differences.

"While the two of us have come to the mutual decision that we will no longer be partners in marriage, we remain partners in parenthood and are committed to jointly raising our three sons in a happy and healthy environment," E! News quoted the couple.

However, reports of trouble in the Rossdales' paradise flooded in 2004 when a paternity test revealed that Rossdale had a daughter named Daisy Lowe, from a one-night stand with former singer-songwriter and fashion designer Pearl Lowe.

On the work front, Stefani is currently judging the American reality singing competition “The Voice Season 9.” She recently appeared with her fellow "The Voice" judges Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams and Blake Shelton on the "Today" show. Host Matt Lauer asked her about her new single "Used to Love You."

"Your personal life has been in the headlines. Are fans misinterpreting something here or is it all right there in front of us in terms of the song?" Lauer asked Stefani on the "Today" show.

To which, Stefani said that she's never released a record where she was also going through the same things in the song at the same time. The 46-year-old singer talked about making the song's music video and how the response to it has been encouraging.

As for Rossdale, 49, he reunited with his Bush bandmates on June. 21, 2010 and has dabbled in acting projects in movies and TV. His latest appearance was in "Hawaii Five-0" in November 2014. He was part of the show's 100th episode and played the character Johnny Moreau.

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