Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman split almost immediately after allegations of sexual assault and harassment were levied at the Hollywood producer in October.
And now it seems the pair has settled on their divorce, with a deal about how they will split their estimated worth of £250million said to have been signed and sealed.
The agreement was inked just days before what would have been their tenth anniversary on December 15, reports the New York Post.
According to the newspaper, if they had divorced after the 10 year mark then Weinstein, 65 – who is thought to be worth £222million compared to Georgina’s £14million – would have been forced to pay the designer more money, by order of their prenup.
Sources claim the documents will be filed in court over the coming days.
Georgina, 41, has two children with Weinstein.
Mirror Online has contacted reps for Weinstein, while Georgina’s lawyers said they are not currently able to comment.
It comes after Georgina’s once-loved fashion line was seemingly shunned at the Golden Globes on Sunday.
Female celebrities, including Eva Longoria, Reese Witherspoon, Michelle Williams, Jessica Chastain, wore black gowns in protest of industry-wide sexual harassment.
And while there were designs from some of the hottest fashion houses – Gucci, Valentino and Armani – one label was noticeably absent from this year’s red carpet. Marchesa.
The American brand, renowned for its embellished, tulle gowns, has always been a favourite of the Hollywood elite, so why did no one wear a design?
Given the 100 plus allegations levied against Weinstein, it’s perhaps no surprise that celebrities seemingly boycotted the brand.
Weinstein also reportedly funded the company and allegedly bullied actresses into wearing Marchesa on the red carpet.
It was reported in December that the label will return to New York Fashion Week in February, but whether any A-listers will be present on the front row remains to be seen.