The divorce records of Gov.
Rick Perry, R-Texas, and former Gov.
Phil Gramm, R, both unsealed Monday show that they were separated in 2014 when they were both in the military.
The records also show that in 2010, when Perry was the lieutenant governor and Gramm was the governor, the couple filed for divorce in Texas.
The divorce was finalized in April 2015.
Perry’s records show that he filed for annulment in 2014, but that his wife did not have the legal right to annul.
They also show Perry’s wife was pregnant at the time.
Perry was governor for 13 months before his wife was elected lieutenant governor in 2016.
Perry is also the son of former President George W. Bush and was governor of Texas from 2006 to 2010.