Beyonce ‘Seeking Relationship Advice From Gwyneth Paltrow To Mend Marriage With Jay Z’?
Beyonce and Jay Z were long thought to have one of the strongest marriages in showbiz, but after the emergence of a family altercation between the rapper and singer’s sister, Solange, that golden image has been tarnished forever, so reports that Bey has been seeking marriage advice from her close pal Gwyneth Paltrow to repair her relationship can only be good news.
According to Grazia, the Love on Top singer has been confiding in the Hollywood star, who has faced her own marital woes with hubby Chris Martin.
“They’ve been seeking marriage guidance, as well as advice from pals including Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, who took the same step and lived apart when their marriage was in crisis, to get some much-needed breathing space,” a source told the magazine.
Insiders claim that the Jay and Bey have been taking advantage of some breathing space – with the two reportedly residing at different locations – while the recent controversy surrounding their relationship dies down.
The source added: “Beyoncé is at their home in Scarsdale, New York, while Jay is staying at their apartment in Manhattan’s TriBeCa. He’s been spending time in the Hamptons too.”
The power couple’s marriage came under scrutiny when footage of Beyonce’s younger sister Solange attacking brother-in-law Jay Z in a lift after the Met Ball was released, forcing the Carter-Knowles to issue a statement insisting the feud was a private matter that had been sorted out.
Insiders claim the time apart is doing the married couple the world of good. “The idea is that this space is helping both of them deal with their issues and re-evaluate what they want from their marriage. They’ve made no secret of the fact they’re living apart and are still seeing each other regularly,” the source added.
While another source told the glossy mag that Bey just wants everything to get back to normal. “Beyoncé is desperate for things to calm down and for people to stop talking about her marriage problems.”