Scarlett Johansson has settled her divorce from her French art collector hubby Romain Dauriac.
Johansson quietly filed papers in Manhattan Supreme Court Tuesday indicating she and Dauriac had reached a settlement.
Neither the “Lost In Translation” star or Dauriac appeared in court in the matter.
When Johansson, 32, filed for divorce in March, she said she would never comment on the split and was focused on caring for their 2-year-old daughter, Rose.
People Magazine reported at the time that Johansson sought joint legal custody of the girl, as well as residential custody.
Dauriac’s attorney, Hal Mayerson, had indicated he was surprised by the divorce filings, and that the husband and wife had been negotiating their split privately.
Johansson’s attorney declined to comment. A call to Mayerson was not returned.