Theresa Caputo and husband Larry Caputo have finalized their divorce after a year of separation.
The "Long Island Medium" star spoke to PEOPLE about the official announcement they were ready to make to the public.
They had already started the arrangements in April 2018. Follow us on Twitter for more @amomama.
Theresa's statement read:
"Larry and I have finalized our divorce. We shared 28 wonderful years together and have two beautiful children, Larry Jr. and Victoria. We will continue to support each other and remain friends."
And in a joint statement, the two said:
"After 28 years of marriage, we have decided to legally separate. We will always love each other and our two wonderful children. We are united in supporting each other and our family. Please respect our privacy during this time."
Theresa, 52, revealed in April that the pair lived worlds apart. He resided in Los Angeles while the medium stayed in New York. They filed for divorce on April 16.
At the time, she told Extra that she and Larry were keeping the possibility of reconciliation open and taking it "day by day."
In an episode the same month, Theresa admitted that she was struggling to deal with her dissolved relationship. She said she was "nervous" and scared."
On the other hand, Larry later divulged to TMZ that he had found "someone special" since he separated from his wife.
"I have moved on. I'm fortunate enough to say that I have met someone special. But I'll just leave it for that now."
The network connected him to Connie Stauddy from Decatur, Alabama. The two met when the new woman reached out to Theresa for a reading.
Larry is also reportedly getting back into the wine industry. In August he shared plans of a line called "Lorenzo Caputo."
The 62-year-old has begun hitting the gym based on his Instagram updates. He said in a season 13 episode of the show that he is now "working on himself" and "living stress-free."
His wife put it best in a previous statement:
"At the end of the day, we're still a family. Just because we're separated, doesn't mean we still don't care about each other. We still have a family. We still have a friendship, which is very, very, important."