Supermodel Joanna Krupa is officially back on the old meat market. She and nightlife entrepreneur Romain Zago were officially divorced Thursday morning in a downtown Miami courtroom.
The former “Real Housewives of Miami” star and her husband of four years appeared in the courtroom and testified that their marriage is indeed “irretrievably broken.”
They provided the judge with signed copies of a confidential post-nuptial agreement hammered out months ago and told him they both signed voluntarily and understand the conditions.
The 15-minute hearing concluded with Miami-Dade County Family Court Judge George Sarduy signing the final judgment and warning the former lovebirds they need to abide by their agreement.
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The final judgment shows neither Krupa nor Zago, who owns the nightclub Mynt Ultralounge, asked for alimony. They have no children together.
Zago and Krupa’s lavish wedding in San Diego in June 2013 was very much a part of the drama of “RHOM” when Krupa was added to the cast after a lackluster first season.
On camera, Krupa clearly wavered between getting married or calling it off.
At one point, Zago presented her with a prenuptial agreement. The subsequent freak out was one of the three-year series’ highlights.
From the early moments of their marriage, however, Krupa and Zago were caught in a coast-to-coast relationship, with Krupa spending a lot of her time in Los Angeles and at modeling shoots throughout the world while Zago’s business kept him in Miami Beach.
The two announced earlier this year that they were separated. Ray Rafool, Krupa’s Miami attorney, said in July they “just grew apart.”
“This might be the easiest divorce I’ve ever worked on,” Rafool said then. “Everything has been worked out. There’s no alimony, just equitable distribution of their assets.”