Three months after she filed for divorce, Maren Morris and her ex-husband Ryan Hurd have come to a “settlement agreement.”
Country singer Maren Morris filed for divorce from her husband, fellow country singer-songwriter Ryan Hurd, on October 2, citing irreconcilable differences.
The pair were married for five years and share one son, Hayes Andrew Hurd.
During a December 13th interview with Howard Stern, Morris opened up about the divorce for the very first time.
“I think this year has … for a lot of people, not just me … a lot of people that are close to me have gone through it … I’ve known so many people that have gone through breakups or divorces,” she told him.
She said the divorce is “ongoing” and that she was ready for it to wrap up. Well, just a few weeks later, she got her wish!
According to People Magazine, who obtained court documents, the former couple have reached a settlement agreement, marking the divorce nearly finalized. They are just waiting for a judge to sign off on it.
The documents state that they have agreed to a parenting plan, with them each splitting time with their son.
In addition, Morris will be paying Hurd $2,100 a month in child support.
Their prenuptial agreement, which they signed in February 2018 and amended in October 2022, along with a property settlement agreement, stated how they will divvy up their things.
We hope this is a healthy ending, or even a beginning for the two singers.
In fact, she recently shared an inspiring quote on her Instagram Story, hinting
The excerpt, originally posted by the account @third_eye_thirst, read, “2024 will be deeply personal. It will be the long-awaited apology to yourself.”
“Nothing and no one will keep that from you. You are about the walk into the greatest year of your life,” the quote continued.
Watch Morris and Hurd in happier times performing their duet “Chasing After You”