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Robin Thicke, Paula Patton end custody battle

Robin Thicke and Paula Patton. 

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Robin Thicke and Paula Patton. WENN

Robin Thicke and his ex Paula Patton have reportedly resolved their custody issues by reaching a new agreement.

The Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol beauty legally regained her single status in 2015, a year after her separation from Thicke, but at the start of 2017, the former couple became embroiled in a nasty court fight over the care of its seven-year-old son, Julian.

In March, Patton and the Blurred Lines hitmaker were said to be nearing a new custody agreement and editors at TMZ now report the two have since worked out a deal.

Sources claim Patton and Thicke will split their time with Julian during the week, with the singer taking care of his boy from Monday through Wednesday, and the actress taking custody from Wednesday through Friday. They will alternate weekends.

The exes have also reportedly hashed out a holiday schedule and will share expenses involving Julian.

The stars appear to have come a long way since their custody fight first erupted — Patton previously accused the 40-year-old musician of physically abusing both her and their son, and obtained a protective order barring the singer from contacting or going anywhere near her, her mother Joyce, or young Julian.

She also secured sole legal and physical custody of their kid, while Thicke was limited to three supervised visits a week at a neutral location.

The custody developments emerge a day after Thicke’s girlfriend of three years, April Love Geary, announced she is expecting a baby with her man.

“Robin and I are very excited to share with you all that we’re having a baby!” she captioned a photo of the child’s sonogram. She also revealed the baby is expected to share the same birthday as Robin’s father, actor/singer Alan Thicke, who died in December.

“The due date is March 1st, Alan’s birthday!” she added.