What's most important to the former couple is the happiness and wellbeing of their 4-year-old son, Axl.
"Absolutely," the Black Eyed Peas alum assured, adding that "there's no need" for any negativity about the split.
"It's just been all love in our family," the "Big Girls Don't Cry" singer expressed. "Our families are families together and that cannot change. That is Axl's family, the cousins, I mean, all of mine, the Duhamels and the Kempers and everybody that I've fallen in love with, they're a family."
For now, Fergie is focusing on the release of her sophomore album, Double Dutchess, on Friday, Sept. 22 and "touring, bringing the family and enjoying Axl every year."
She's also ready to "[make] sure that life is balanced, and I'm open. I'm kind of just an open vessel. Just everything has to be done with love."