Ant McPartlin and Lisa Armstrong to divorce today as Ant admits 'unreasonable behaviour'
The pair split nine months ago.
Ant McPartlin and his estranged wife Lisa Armstrong are reportedly to divorce today as a judge will grant a ‘decree nisi’ to finalise proceedings.
The divorce will be granted on the grounds of ‘ unreasonable behaviour’ after Ant admitted to adultery.
The case is to be heard today, with a quick decision being made after months of drama for the pair.
“It’s taken some time to iron things out but after several months their marriage will officially be over in a matter of seconds,” a source told The Sun.
According to sources, Ant admitted to committing adultery due to his relationship with former PA Anne-Marie Corbett starting before he and Lisa had formally divorced.
The source also revealed that Ant and Lisa are currently negotiating a financial settlement.
The former couple were married back in 2006 but announced earlier this year that they had split.
In June, reports surfaced that Ant had moved on with current-girlfriend Anne-Marie.