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Mary-Kate Olsen and ex Olivier Sarkozy have officially ended their marriage after a video call saw them reportedly reach a final agreement.
The 34-year-old former child star and the 51-year-old businessman husband's divorce proceedings are said to have become particularly 'nasty' at times.
It has been reported that the pair spoke to each other in a 20 minute Zoom meeting, in which they discussed the final details.
More than eight months have passed since the couple announced that they were divorcing and Us Weekly has reported that the video call included their attorneys and New York Judge Lori Sattler.
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Olivier’s lawyer, Michael Mosberg, told the judge: "So, we have reached a final agreement.
“And we appreciate the time and latitude that you’ve given us. … It’s been incremental, but we continue to make forward progress."
Mosberg continued: "We, as of this morning, reached the final agreement. We just need to revise that agreement, get it executed and get it to you, which we will have by the end of next week.
"But … the deal is now done."
Mary-Kate Olsen and Olivier Sarkozy have had a 'nasty' divorce
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Mary-Kate's attorney, Nancy Chemtob, said: “We’ve been working very hard and we appreciate the court’s time and the adjournments.
“And we do have a settlement, and we will be able to get that signed and executed, as Mr. Mosberg said, by next week. All issues are resolved.”
The judge reportedly asked if there were “any issues” either party still needed to discuss but both parties declined.
The judge said: “As I’m sure I also told your clients, excellent attorneys who I do trust and believe that this is happening.
“However, I am going to keep control of the case, so we make sure that this gets done and we get them divorced.”
The next hearing will be on January 25 in which the final documents can be presented.
The judge concluded: "So, everyone is clear that if we get the agreement, you don’t have to see me, which as much as I enjoy seeing everyone here, I think you would all prefer to be done with this.
"Let’s get it done. File the papers and let’s get them divorced. I think that’s the same objective for all of us."
Mary-Kate and Olivier were married on November 27, 2015 in New York City and the actress filed for divorce in April last year.
She later requested an emergency divorce order the day after filing, alleging that Olivier was forcing her out of their home just as the coronavirus pandemic started to take hold.
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