Judge Finalizes Stevie Wonder's Divorce from Second Wife
After years of being separated, a judge finalized the divorce on Tuesday
Stevie Wonder is officially a single man.
According to divorce papers obtained by PEOPLE, a Los Angeles judge finalized the music legend‘s divorce from second wife Kai Millard Morris on Monday.
The pair – who have two sons together, ages 14 and 10 – has been separated since 2009.
Wonder and Morris will share custody of their children, but the Grammy winner will also be expected to pay $25,000 a month in child support.
According to the Associated Press, the singer reportedly filed papers to divorce his fashion designer wife over three years ago. It is Wonder’s second marriage.