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Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield at the Venice Film Festival in September 2016. Credit: WireImage
American celebrity couple Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield have finalized their divorce and sold several major pieces of art together to settle their divorce settlement.
CNN has confirmed that a financial settlement has been reached between the two, and the terms are confidential.
The sale of art included a donation by Garfield to the Jewish Museum, which is located in New York. At least eight paintings were sold during the sale, the largest of which was valued at $40 million.
The sale comes a decade after the pair divorced on July 31, 2011. Their divorce was final on April 28, 2017, with both sides donating similar amounts to charity.
Garfield and Stone starred in 2015’s “The Amazing Spider-Man,” with Stone starring as Mary Jane Watson. Garfield’s previous screen role was in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” in 2014.
Despite not being legally married, the pair appeared in public together in 2010 when they attended the premiere of the Spider-Man film together. They also briefly dated in 2012.
In 2015, Stone, who rose to fame in films such as “Superbad” and “Birdman” wore emerald green Prada to the BAFTAs ceremony in London. The floral embellishment is a color that Garfield was reportedly set to wear for the ceremony. However, Garfield couldn’t make it, and Stone scooped up the faux pas from the Ralph Lauren Homme runway show instead.