Kevin Costners wife relieved after moving from $145m home but drama not over

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Kevin Costner’s former wife, Christine Baumgartner, has finally vacated their $145 million estate in Santa Barbara, California – and is said to be “relieved”.

The pair are in the process of finalizing their divorce, which was filed for, by Christine, after almost two decades of marriage in May 2023. 

On July 5, Christine was legally ordered to move out of their Santa Barbara estate by July 31.  

And just a few days before the deadline, a source confirmed to PEOPLE Christine was finally vacating the family home.

Despite taking her time to leave the lavish mansion, sources have now told the publication the former handbag designer is “happy” to have moved out. 

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“Christine hopes there will be less drama now,” the insider close to the family noted. 

“Kevin got what he wanted — she is out of the family house. Christine is relieved about it. She is happy to move on.”

After vacating the multi-million dollar estate last month, sources say Christine was moving to a “smaller house on the property” and said she was determined to keep life “normal” for the couple’s three children. 

The insider described the move as “a temporary solution” as Christine “is still looking for another house.”

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The model made the decision to say in the area to “not disrupt the kids’ lives,” as they “will be back at school in the fall with their friends,” the source continued. 

“Christine is trying to keep everything as normal as possible. Her sole focus is the kids.”

In a June 28 filing obtained by the publication, Christine had requested to move out of the family home by August 31, if a child-support agreement had been reached between the pair.

However, in court documents filed on June 30, the Yellowstone actor requested for his estranged wife to be out of the property by July 13. 

Kevin’s requests were overruled by Judge Thomas Anderele, who stated Christine must instead vacate the property by July 31.

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