Kelly Clarkson is officially divorced! According to court documents, obtained by ET Wednesday, Clarkson and her ex, Brandon Blackstock, have finally settled their divorce, nearly two years after the American Idol alum filed for divorce from the music manager.

 

 

L.A. Superior Court Judge Scott Gordon has signed off on the terms Tuesday, which will give Clarkson primary custody of their two kids — River, 7 and Remington, 5. The couple will however, have joint physical custody of their children with Blackstock, who lives Montana, getting their kids one weekend a month.

 

 

The docs also state that their children will be vaccinated against COVID-19, based on the recommendation of their pediatrician.

 

 

Per the docs, The Kelly Clarkson Show host will have to pay Blackstock spousal support, to the tune of $115,000 a month, but that will end in January 2024. He also gets $45,600 a month in child support. While Clarkson is getting both of their Montana properties, Blackstock will have to pay the “Since U Been Gone” singer $52,000 per month for the property on Cattle Drive and $12,500 per month for Warren Peak Ranch, while he stays there until June.

 

 

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When asked why she wanted to change her name, Clarkson wrote in legal documents that it “more fully reflects who I am.”

The court docs also state that the singer will get the family pets, multiple cars including a Ford Bronco, a Ford F-250, and a Porsche Cayenne, as well as a flight simulator.

 

 

Blackstock will be given the former couple’s “farm cattle, livestock, stock dogs, and horses,” multiple vehicles including a Ford F-350, a Ford F-250, an ATV, and several CAT snowmobiles. He will also walk away with a golf simulator and a couple of Patek Philippe watches.

 

 

While their prenup will remain intact, as part of the settlement, Clarkson, 39, will be paying her ex $1.3 million. The prenuptial agreement segregates all assets and income derived during her marriage to 45-year-old Blackstock, which gave her possession of the Montana ranch, where their family quarantined together earlier in 2020.

 

 

Back in October, a judge ruled that the Montana ranch belonged to the singing competition judge. At the time, Blackstock argued that all property and assets — including the ranch — acquired during their marriage were marital property owned at an even 50/50 split. That position, however, was rejected, after the judge ruled property acquired during their marriage was subject to the terms of the prenuptial agreement.

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