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Ant McPartlin and Lisa Armstrong's divorce settlement has reportedly reached a deadlock amid claims she refuses to sign an NDA, according to The Sun.
The 43-year-old TV presenter allegedly insisted that he will give his former wife her share of his multi-million pound fortune and has made several formal offers.
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However insiders close to Lisa have since suggested that the make-up artist is yet to receive a formal offer from Ant's team regarding a settlement.
Lisa was granted a decree nisi in October however talks have apparently reached a stalling point following the end of their 12-year marriage.
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The publication reported that the former couple's lawyers will meet soon at an arbitration hearing in a bid to bring the chapter to a close.
A source said: 'It's hit rock bottom. It's like Brexit. There's no deal, no way forward and lots of bickering. It could eventually be decided by the courts.
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'All Lisa wants is for a deal to be done so that she can move on with her life. But she feels she's been left in limbo. She says no one from Ant's side has made a formal financial offer.'
The Sun also reported that Ant's legal team have requested that she signs a non disclosure agreement but she apparently refused to do so.
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MailOnline have contacted representatives for Ant and Lisa for further comment.
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