In his divorce papers, the 'Baby, I Love Your Way' singer asks for the physical custody of their daughter to go to and for the attorney fees to be shared with estranged wife Christina Elfers.
Classic rocker Peter Frampton has filed for divorce from his wife of 15 years, Christina Elfers. The "Baby, I Love You Way" singer filed the papers in Los Angeles Superior Court last Tuesday, June 21, and cited the usual irreconcilable differences as the reason for the separation.
Having one minor child together with Christina, the 61-year-old musician asked that the physical custody of 15-year-old daughter, Mia Frampton, go to his estranged wife. Still, he sought visitation rights with the teen, who currently stars as Becca Keeler on ABC Family's "Make It or Break It". According to the divorce papers, he also asked that the attorney fees be shared with Christina.
Peter married Christina in 1996. The couple split on New Year's Eve 2010. It will be Peter's third divorce. The singer, who is also known for such '70s hits as "Show Me the Way" and "Do You Feel Like We Do", ended his first marriage to Mary Lovett in 1973 and broke off his second marriage to Barbara Gold in 1993.