Kevin Costner and Christine Baumgartner reunite for first time since divorce

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Kevin Costner and his estranged wife Christine Baumgartner have reunited for the first time after the model filed for a divorce from the actor in May after 18 years of marriage.

The former couple, who arrived separately, attended a law office in Santa Barbara, California, to give depositions in their pending divorce on Saturday. 

Their ongoing divorce battle has become far from amicable, with Christine only just recently vacating Kevin’s $145 million estate to move into a $35,000 rental a short distance away.

Despite going through a very bitter and public divorce, Kevin, 68, looked rather relaxed as he rocked up to the law offices.

He sported a casual look of light grey jeans, a white button-down shirt, and matching sneakers. 

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The Yellowstone star was later joined by his trust attorney, Laura Wasser – who has also helped the likes of Kim Kardashian and Britney Spears settle their legal marital issues. 

A short while later Christine arrived dressed for the occasion in a red fitted sweater and some wide-leg charcoal trousers.

The handbag designer accessorized her look with some strappy sandals with a rhinestone belt and a gold chain necklace.

She carried two large handbags in each hand as she strutted into the building to meet her former husband. 

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In the latest development, Kevin has accused Christine and her legal team of “gamesmanship of the worst sort” in new court documents related to their divorce.

As per PEOPLE reports, in a request for an order filed in California Superior Court on Aug 10, attorneys for Kevin requested the court to compel Christine to explicitly answer a series of questions about the pair’s premarital agreement, which Christine is challenging.

The attorneys claim that Christine has avoided answering key questions throughout the process ahead of a November trial to determine the validity of the prenup, which would grant an eyewatering $1.5 million payout for Christine.

Christine and Kevin are also in disputes over child support, with Kevin being ordered to temporarily pay $129,755 per month in child support until a final number is determined in future court dates.

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