Pop icon Ariana Grande, who signed a prenup with her ex-husband Dalton Gomez, will pay him $1,250,000 after divorce.
The luxury real estate agent will receive the tax-free payment upfront, as opposed to over time, meaning he will not receive spousal support, according to People.
Per the terms of their agreement, the pop star will cover up to $25,000 of Gomez’s attorney fees and he will receive half of the net proceeds from the sale of their former Los Angeles home.
Grande and Gomez began dating in February 2020 and announced they were engaged that December.
The pair then married in an intimate ceremony at their home in Montecito, California, in May 2021, but by September 2022, Grande had filed for divorce in Los Angeles County.
Meanwhile, Grande shared some new pictures of herself on Instagram, in which she highlighted a mixture of recent and throwback pictures.
“Some from then, some from now,” Grande captioned her social media post, also adding a single heart emoji.
In the carousel of images, the “Positions” songstress shared various photos of herself with some dogs — including a sweet pic of herself laying in an oversized pet bed as a dog watched over her, People reported.
Other shots showed Grande posing for selfies and another image captured a collection of crystals situated near some of the star’s R.E.M. Beauty products and a lit candle.
Grande’s latest Instagram post was shared as she and her ex-husband settled their divorce.