The Hollywood actress and her ex-partner Arpad Busson have been embroiled in legal wrangling over Rosalind, three, since last year (14), when the businessman went to court to demand regular access to the youngster, who is nicknamed Luna.

A final hearing in the case took place at Manhattan Supreme Court in New York on Thursday (17Sep15) when the agreement was signed off by Justice Matthew Cooper, who said, "Both parties worked very hard to come up with an agreement that's in the best interests of your daughter... Everybody compromised a bit... I think it was all done to make one person happy and that one person is Luna."

Details of the agreement have not been made public, according to the New York Daily News.

Thurman and Busson, who also has two sons with supermodel Elle Macpherson, broke off their engagement for a second time in early 2014.