A judge finalized the divorce of actress Olivia Wilde and her former husband, Tao Ruspoli, on September 29, according to People magazine.
Star of feature films such as "Tron" and "Cowboys and Aliens," as well as the TV show "House, M.D.," Wilde married Ruspoli in 2003, when she was 18.
Despite the fact that Ruspoli is an Italian prince and Wilde a successful actress, the two did not have a prenuptial agreement. Wilde told Glamour magazine that she and Ruspoli are "not conventional," having gotten engaged at the Burning Man festival and married on a school bus.
Wilde did not seek spousal support and she and Ruspoli reached an unpublicized agreement regarding property division, People reported.
The actress, daughter of journalist Leslie Cockburn, has said she and Ruspoli remain on good terms, but she told Marie Claire, "The trauma of the whole thing has been humbling."