This Jan. 11, 2014 file photo shows actress Gwyneth Paltrow, left, and her husband, singer Chris Martin at the 3rd Annual Sean Penn and Friends Help Haiti Home Gala in Beverly Hills, Calif. A Los Angeles judge on Thursday, July 14, 2016, finalized the pair's divorce more than two years after they announced that they were going through a process called "conscious uncoupling." The judgment provides few details, but states neither Paltrow or Martin is entitled to spousal support. (Invision/AP/Colin Young-Wolff )
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin are officially uncoupled after a judge finalized their divorce.
The judgment signed by a Los Angeles judge on Thursday provides few details, but states neither Paltrow or Martin will pay spousal support.
The actress and Coldplay frontman married in December 2003 and have two children together, ages 12 and 10.
In March 2014, the pair announced they were separating and undergoing a process called "conscious uncoupling." The announcement on Paltrow's lifestyle website, goop, drew attention to the term coined by Los Angeles therapist and author Katherine Woodward Thomas, who has created a five-step "Conscious Uncoupling" online process.
Paltrow filed for divorce the following month, citing irreconcilable differences.
She won an Oscar in 1998 for her role in "Shakespeare in Love." Martin and his band Coldplay have won six Grammy Awards.
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