Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde have finally settled their custody battle, nearly three years after calling it quits.
The pair, who began dating in 2011, got engaged in January 2013 and broke up in November 2020, have since been engaged in a bitter custody battle over their two children Otis, nine, and Daisy, six.
New court filings obtained by the Daily Mail have revealed the Ted Lasso star will pay his ex $27,500 (A$42,800) per month in child support.
The eye-watering figure is believed to be based on Jason's estimated 2023 income of $10.5 million (A$16.3 million), and the Don't Worry Darling director's $500,000 (A$778,000) income.
"The parties agree that child support for the minor children in the amount of $27,500 per month is sufficient to maintain the needs of the minor children considering Jason’s station in life … is consistent with each child’s best interest, and application of the guideline would be unjust or inappropriate in this case," the filing reads.
Olivia and Jason will reportedly care for the children on a "week-on, week-off basis" and have been spotted co-parenting since the split.
Things have not always been smooth sailing for the pair, with Olivia famously being served legal papers, allegedly from Jason, while on stage in front of a large crowd promoting Don't Worry Darling at CinemaCon in Las Vegas last year.
The actress was reportedly 'mortified' by the incident, with an insider telling Page Six, "It seemed unthinkable to her, and it took a moment to set in, but as mortifying as it was, she did not want to give a reaction."
The pair have since been spotted together with their children as recently as last weekend when they attended Otis' soccer game. Olivia and Jason were seen hugging and high-fiving each other.
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