Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, pictured in  2014, have settled their divorce, seemingly without much ado. ((Al Powers/ Powers Imagery/Invision/AP)

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, pictured in 2014, have settled their divorce, seemingly without much ado. ((Al Powers/ Powers Imagery/Invision/AP)

Scoop: Gwen, Gavin settle divorce nicely

Right now, Gavin Rossdale is sounding just a little too sane to be a rock star.

In his divorce settlement with Gwen Stefani — first reported by TMZ on Thursday — he agreed to an unequal split between the couple’s assets, even though he’s legally entitled to half.

It’s because the pair did not have a prenuptial agreement — another shockingly non-celebrity element to this syory.

Under the agreement, filed in a California court, Rossdale, 50, will take less than half of the money accumulated during his nearly 13-year marriage to Stefani, 46.

Rossdale, who did not ask for child support, did get 50-50 joint custody of their sons Kingston, 9, Zuma, 7, and Apollo, 2.

In August, the pair announced they were breaking up after 20 years together amid tabloid reports that Rossdale (acting more like one might expect from a rock star) was cheating, with their former nanny Mindy Mann.

Then Stefani began dating her newly single “Voice” costar Blake Shelton (recently split from Miranda Lambert).

RYANS READY TO BE DADS AGAIN

Two gorgeous Hollywood Ryans and their prettier partners are having more kids.

Ryan Gosling, 35, and longtime girlfriend Eva Mendes are expecting baby number two, US Weekly reports.

Mendes, 41, reportedly was spotted hiding a growing baby bump during a photo shoot in February.

It will be the second child for the Hollywood stunners, who welcomed daughter Esmeralda in September 2014.

Meanwhile, Ryan Reynolds’ wife Blake Lively also is expecting her second child.

The “Age of Adeline” star was first spotted looking slightly thicker than usual wearing a wetsuit on the set of her upcoming movie “The Shallows.”

Lively, 28, is expected to make a red carpet debut as an expectant mom at New York’s Met Gala on May 2, according to Us.

Reynolds, 39, and Lively wed in a secret ceremony in 2012. Their daughter James was born December 2014.

QUICK TAKES

Elixir, the historic Mission saloon, is observing the 110th anniversary of the 1906 earthquake by donating 100 percent of proceeds from Monday’s sales of its Elixir Mule (derived from the popular Moscow Mule) to the Novato Fire Foundation. The drink is being served up from the bar’s Golden Hydrant tap, named in honor of the famous, nearby (still functioning) hydrant used by firefighters to stop the inferno during the 1906 disaster.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Actress Maisie Williams is 19. … Actress Emma Watson is 26. … Drummer De’Mar Hamilton of Plain White T’s is 32. … Actor Seth Rogen is 34. … Actress Emma Thompson is 57. ,,, Singer-guitarist Dave Edmunds is 73. … Novelist Jeffrey Archer is 76. … Singer Roy Clark is 83.

— Wire report


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