- Adele will not be paying spousal support to her ex-husband Simon Konecki after filing for divorce in 2019
- Adele and Simon will share custody of their son Angelo and will be co-parenting the child
- Social media users reacted to the news online with many asking how it would be if the roles were reversed
Adele filed for divorce from her ex-husband Simon Konecki back in 2019 and more details are being released about the terms and conditions of their split.
Adele and her ex have now reached the end of the road with their divorce settlement and the Rolling in the Deep singer is not going to be paying him spousal support. Adele and Simon have joint custody of their eight-year-old son Angelo.
The majority of the divorce settlement is not public information so it is unknown if Adele might've paid a settlement amount to her ex-husband. However, it is understood by Briefly.co.za that neither of them will be paying spousal support.
When Adele and Simon broke up, they said they would still be raising their son lovingly. The couple has kept their word and will be sharing custody of Angelo.
Social media users reacted to the news that Adele will not be paying spousal support online. Check out the reactions:
"If she were a man she’d be paying thousands in support."
"Then it would still be a good thing. Unless you have up your career to support mine there is no need for spousal support if we call it quits."
"That's the way it should be."
In other world celebrity news, Briefly.co.za reported that Khloe Kardashian's new face left fans concerned. Reality television star and businesswoman Khloe Kardashian has shared a new video and fans are concerned with the latest changes to her face.
Fans started to notice that Khloe might have switched her face up once again in her latest video on social media. A viewer took screenshots of the video and shared them on social media, showing concern for Khloe's newlooks. They captioned the post:
"There is absolutely no way Khloe Kardashian did that to her face."
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