It looks like Chris Brown’s custody battle with Nia Guzman will soon come to an end. The R&B crooner and the former model have put their personal differences aside and agreed to co-parent their 1-year-old daughter Royalty.

According to TMZ, sources reveal that the pair sat down and worked out an agreement on how they are going to raise Royalty without all the bickering and fighting. Insiders told the gossip website that Brown and Guzman agreed that they will both take her to gymnastics and dance classes as well as take her to swim lessons. They also both agreed on the pre-school their daughter’s attending.

This legal truce comes after a judge granted the "Liquor" singer joint custody of Royalty in September. The 26-year-old Virginia native also reached an agreement on how much child support he’s going to pay per month.

It's no secret that Brown dearly loves his baby daughter. So much so that he named his upcoming album, Royalty, after her. The "New Flame" artist shared the cover art of his LP featuring himself cuddling his baby girl in his arms. The black-and-white portrait was shot by photographer Francesco Carozzini.

Chris Brown will release Royalty on Nov. 27.

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