Stevie Wonder's divorce has been finalized, more than three years after the Grammy-winning artist
The 65-year-old musician married Kai Millard in 2001, and the two had been separated since 2009. Court documents obtained by ET reveal that Wonder and Millard will share custody of their children together 14-year-old Kailand, and 10-year-old Mandla. Wonder has agreed to pay $25,000 a month in child support as part of the settlement.
This was Wonder's second marriage. His first, to Motown singer-songwriter Syreeta Wright, ended amicably in 1972.
Wonder won a Lifetime Achievement Award at the GRAMMYs in 1996
and this past February, some of music's biggest names paid tribute to the legendary musician for his contributions to the great American song book.
"I've been listening to his music since I was a child and those chord changes would just do something to me," Pharrell told ET.
Meanwhile, in Wonder's first interview with ET in 1983, he made it clear that his lack of sight would never hold him back.
"I'm fine," he said. "I've never seen and you don't always have to see to know that someone is pretty."
"I hope I haven't written my favorite song yet, I hope that I haven't achieved my greatest accomplishment yet," the singer, who would go on to win 25 GRAMMYs, continued. "I hope I won’t achieve that until the last days of my life."
And recently in September, Wonder stepped into the driver's seat for Carpool Karaoke on The Late Late Show with James Corden.