David Walliams and Lara Stone have settled their High Court fight over money and split their £19m fortune.
The former couple - whose five-year marriage was ended in a family court more than a year ago - reached an agreement after just 30 minutes of private talks on the second day of the dispute.
Lawyers for the former Little Britain comedian and his ex-wife informed Mr Justice MacDonald on Tuesday that they had reached a decision surrounding the division of their assets.
The family division judge added that the terms of the agreement could not be revealed by the media.
He allowed the press to report that a trial had begun, and both Walliams and Stone - who have three-year-old son Alfred together - could be named.
Last year, the Britain's Got Talent judge launched divorce proceedings against the model, and he complained about her "unreasonable behaviour".
Meanwhile, Lara has been spotted moving on from her failed marriage with a new man .
The ex-wife of Little Britain star David was seen walking hand-in-hand with a bearded mystery fella.
At one point, the pair stopped for a hug as they strolled around London.