Adele won't pay her ex Simon Konecki spousal support and will share custody of her son as £140m divorce is settled

ADELE won't pay her ex Simon Konecki spousal support and they will share custody of their son as they reach their divorce settlement.

The Rolling In The Deep singer, worth £140million ($194m), filed for divorce from Simon, with whom she shares 8-year-old son Angelo, in September 2019 after more than 7 years of marriage.

Most of the details of their divorce have been kept private, according to TMZ.

But according to the divorce judgment, obtained by TMZ, the singer and her ex are going to have joint legal and physical custody of their 8-year-old son.

The judgement also says neither party will be paying spousal support.

Th exes reached a settlement earlier this year and Adele filed a judgement package in court on January 15 and had just been waiting for it to be signed off on by a judge.

An LA court ruled the outcome of the settlement will remain private, and both Adele and Simon, 46, signed a confidentiality agreement around the divorce last year.

The Someone Like You singer has also agreed not to write tracks about him as a mark of “respect."

A source close to the star said: “Heartbreak has helped Adele shift records over the years but this split is quite different.

“They’re both aware their son Angelo should be protected and that’s why Adele has agreed not to sing about their relationship.

“Her new album will have a different sound anyway, so it hasn’t bothered her too much that Simon quietly expected her to keep their relationship out of her music.”

The Hello singer met Simon after the pair were allegedly introduced by mutual pal Ed Sheeran in 2011 and were first spotted together in January 2012.

She was heavily linked to grime star Skepta last year after they were spotted out together on nights out.

In October, a week after her lauded SNL appearance, Adele confirmed she was single.

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