Robin Wright to retain Golden Globe and 'House of Cards' revenue as she settles divorce with Clement Giraudet
The reason for the split was listed as 'irreconcilable differences' and Robin Wright and Clement Giraudet will cover their own legal costs
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Actress Robin Wright and her ex-husband Saint Laurent executive Clement Giraudet have finalized their divorce, and the actress received a sizable settlement. Wright acknowledged having a "postnuptial agreement" with Giraudet, which specifies exactly what each will receive in the divorce, according to the settlement. Each party is committed to covering their own legal costs.
They acknowledged that there would be no ongoing spousal support payable by one side to the other in this situation, and both parties decided to forego receiving it, RadarOnline reports. The couple also decided that going forward, they wouldn't look for assistance. They will keep their respective clothing, jewellery, and other personal effects. She is also left with all assets in her name or in a trust that a third party had set up. She will keep her Santa Monica and New York homes, her 2017 BMW 340i, all of her furniture and artwork.
She also gets to keep all of her "'filmography', any and all goodwill and all intangible assets relating to her career, including as an actor, entertainer, and producer and including, but not limited to, professional, celebrity or other goodwill relating to her career and the value of her name, voice, signature, photograph or likeness pursuant to all media formats existing today or developed in the future." She will also retain all income and residuals which are due to her from her producing or acting efforts. She will own all 'House of Cards' revenue received from the producing company, Netflix. All "awards," including the Golden Globe Award she received for the hit television programme 'House of Cards', as well as any trademarks bearing her name, are the actress's to keep.
All of Clement's personal possessions, a residence in France, a 2015 Range Rover, and a 2015 Land Rover were retained to him. Additionally, he will leave with a second property on Paros and all of its furnishings.
Robin Wright filed for divorce from Clement in September in Los Angeles Superior Court. The former fashion executive and the actress dated for four years. They began dating in 2017, and they were engaged the following year. On November 26, 2017, the former couple wed in a low-key ceremony at La Roche-sur-le-Buis, France, then on September 22, Robin filed for divorce.
Robin had previously been married twice. She was married to actor Sean Penn and to the late Dane Witherspoon. In 1989, Robin and Sean got married following Sean's breakup with pop icon Madonna. After getting married in 1996, the two had a protracted on-again, off-again relationship. In the end, they separated in 2010. They had two children during their marriage, Dylan and Hopper.