Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin are officially consciously uncoupled.
The exes' divorce became finalized on July 14, ET can confirm, more than two years after Paltrow announced their split in March 2014 after 10 years of marriage. Paltrow and Martin had already agreed to divorce terms in late May, asking a judge to terminate child support for both parties, and stating that they "have entered into a written agreement regarding their property and their marriage or domestic partnership rights."
Paltrow, 43, filed for divorce from Martin in April 2015. Since then, the two have remained on good terms, co-parenting their children, 12-year-old Apple and 10-year-old Moses.
"You have to constantly let go," Paltrow exclusively told ET in March about the secret to joint parenting post-divorce. "You have to let go of old ideas, old resentments. You have to put the kids first, which I think people have the idea of that, but then oftentimes, you struggle with it."
"If you once loved the person enough to have kids with them, you have to focus on what you still love about them and what's beautiful about them and all the good aspects of your relationship," she added. "You still want a family, you're just not in a couple. So, I acknowledge we've done it in an unorthodox way but it's working for us."
Clearly, the friendly exes are still able to have fun together. Paltrow posted a cute selfie with the 39-year-old Coldplay frontman to Instagram in May, while celebrating daughter Apple's 12th birthday together in Disneyland.