Stevie Wonder Ordered to Pay Shocking Amount of Child Support After Finalizing Second Divorce—Get the Details

Singer finalizes divorce from second wife

By Kendall Fisher Oct 07, 2015 4:19 PMTags
Stevie Wonder, Kai MillardMichael Caulfield/WireImage

Stevie Wonder is an unmarried man once again…but freedom came with a hefty price tag.

According to divorce papers obtained by E! News, the singer's split from second wife Kai Millard Morris was finalized by a Los Angeles judge on Monday.

Wonder and Morris—who married in 2001—share two sons together, Kailand Morris and Mandla Kadjay Carl Stevland Morris, ages 14 and 10. The couple will share custody of the children, but the Grammy Award winner is expected to pay $25,000 a month in child support.

Wonder separated from Millard Morris in 2009 and subsequently filed for divorce in 2012.

A rep confirmed to E! News at the time, "Today Stevland Morris filed for divorce, ending his marriage to Kai Millard Morris. As this is a private and personal matter, he asks that the public and the media kindly respect the privacy of Kai, his children, and family at this time."

In total, the singer has nine children—ranging from age 40 to 10 months—with five different women. He welcomed his youngest child, Nia, into the world in December 2014 with girlfriend Tomeeka Robyn Bracy, whom he is currently still dating.

He was previously married to Syreeta Wright from 1970 to 1972.  

News of Wonder's finalized divorce was first reported by People.