Robert De Niro and his estranged wife rendezvoused in Manhattan court on Valentine’s Day to seal a custody deal involving their 7-year-old daughter.
On the most romantic day of the year, the actor and ex Grace Hightower inked an undisclosed parenting agreement — which De Niro said he felt “great” about as he left Manhattan Supreme Court.
“The agreement resolves all of the parenting issues. … My congratulations,” Judge Matthew Cooper told the former lovebirds.
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Earlier in the day, the 75-year-old “Taxi Driver” star was spotted reading a script on his laptop as court drama unfolded behind closed doors.
Tensions were high as one of Hightower’s lawyers could be heard shouting, “The man is worth a billion dollars!” inside the judge’s chambers.
De Niro’s lawyer, Caroline Krauss, shot back, “It’s the same old s–t over and over again.”
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Hightower did not comment after the proceeding.
The child’s lawyer, Pamela Sloane, was present and joined the famous parents in signing off the terms of the 31-page custody agreement.
The former couple still has financial issues to resolve in their bitter divorce, but there will not be a trial, legal sources said.
This article originally appeared in Page Six.