A judge signed the divorce decree for the former couple, who were married for 13 years and have two kids: daughter Mason, 9, and son Jude, 6.
Kelsey wanted a quickie divorce in order to be able to marry girlfriend Kayte Walsh.
Kelsey had to post $2.3 million to protect Camille’s pension rights against any new spouse.
There was no prenup and financial details between the former spouses will be dealt with at a later date.
In a statement to UsMagazine.com Camille said:
“I have a great many mixed feelings about today–I’m sad for what was, yet excited about the road ahead. I’m grateful to my family and friends who have stood by me through this time— I will never forget their love and support. What I most hope is that Kelsey and I can improve our communications and truly co-parent our two wonderful children; and I wish Kelsey and Kate love and happiness in their new marriage.”