Recently she added just how grateful she is for the ease with which they've gotten on with things.
She told The Telegraph Online, "We've been really good about it," she says, speaking specifically about arrangements with their son Flynn.
"He's a great dad, we're great friends and we both really love and respect each other.
It works out really well, because when I go away for a couple days [Flynn] stays with his dad," she said.
So, when she's not launching tea set collections or fronting yet another campaign for hair care, her organic skin care range and a multitude of other marketing feats, she's succeeding at one of the hardest things there is - breaking up.
So, how does she do it?
She explained, "When I have challenges now, I feel like I sit with them, I try to look at things, because there's always a positive and a negative to everything.
Sometimes I'll speak to friends, and sometimes I'll just meditate and I'll visualise letting it go, or whatever it might be.
Meditation and yoga, and having people, as I said, who you trust, who you talk to.
But also writing. I like to write, and then I can rip it up or burn it."
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