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article imageNo Doubt's Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale file for divorce

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 4, 2015 in Music
On August 3, it was announced that No Doubt lead singer Gwen Stefani and her husband, Gavin Rossdale, have filed for divorce.
They were married for almost 13 years, and the reason for their recent split is "irreconcilable differences." Rossdale is the front-man of the rock band Bush.
The former musical couple, has three songs together, and they are seeking joint custody of their children: Zuma, Apollo and Kingston. According to the New York radio airwaves, Stefani is worth $80 million, while her husband is worth $32 million, and there was no prenuptial agreement, so they would somehow need to divide their assets evenly.
According to a joint statement, Stefani and Rossdale acknowledged that while they may no longer be partners in marriage, they shall remains partners in parenthood, and will be doing their best to raise their three kids in a "healthy and happy environment." People described their parting as "amicable," and the songstress' top priority is to ensure the security of her kids during this split.
Similar to other celebrity divorces, they have requested privacy from the media during this difficult time, over this personal matter.
Stefani and Rossdale had met back in 1995, when No Doubt opened for Bush during their headlining tour for their album Sixteen Stone.
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