Singer Kim Wilde and actor Hal Fowler have divorced after more than 25 years of marriage.
The 62-year-old pop star said she and her husband had agreed to separate last year.
In a joint statement shared on Wilde’s social media accounts, the pair, who share two children, said they remained “on good terms”.
The statement said: “Kim Wilde and Hal Fowler wish to announce that they amicably separated by agreement last year and have divorced.
“No third party is involved. They remain on good terms and wish only the best for each other in the next phases of their lives.
“No further comment or statements will be made.”
The pair met while they were appearing in the hit West End musical Tommy and got married in September 1996 in Codicote in Hertfordshire.
Wilde, the daughter of rock and roll star Marty Wilde, shot to fame in 1981 with the release of Kids In America.
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She became a household name, setting a trend with her blow-dried blonde mullet which was copied by young girls across the UK, and touring with the likes of David Bowie and Michael Jackson.
Wilde embarked on her Greatest Hits tour in September this year after her dates were postponed due to COVID.
Fowler, 54, is best-known for starring as Mimban Lieutenant in Solo: A Star Wars Story in 2018 and Dracula in 2013, when he played Lord Godalming.