Julianne Hough and Brooks Leich are a famous and incredibly charming couple who got married almost three years after they met. But in April 2020, the couple announced the separation, which shocked their fans. After spending a lot of time apart during the coronavirus pandemic, dancer and actress Julianne Hough and former NHL player Brooks Laich have confirmed to People that they have officially separated for personal reasons.
“They talk a lot, but it’s been a really tough time,” added a source for the couple, who married near Coeur d’Alene, Idaho in 2017 but have since faced breakup rumors. “They worked on their marriage and it’s not easy to break up.”
“We have taken the necessary time with love and care to arrive at our decision to separate,” the May 29 joint statement said. “We share great love and respect for each other and will continue to lead this place with all our hearts. We ask that you show compassion and respect for our privacy in the future. Hough and Laich have been married for three years.
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In May 2020, Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich’s marriage broke down and the two are now separated forever. They go in different ways. The couple also said:
“We have lovingly and carefully taken the time to come to our decision to separate,” they said in a joint statement to People, who broke the news. “We share great love and respect for each other and will continue to lead this place with all our hearts. We ask that you show compassion and respect for our privacy in the future.
Julianne and Brooks married in 2017 and have been together since 2013. Their relationship seemed perfect at first, and fans later wondered if there was some trouble in heaven after Julianne was spotted without her wedding ring. The couple also split in October 2019, when their personal life was turned upside down by the sudden death of their dogs.
When the two got married and enjoyed their relationship before the breakup:
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Thank you my love for always supporting the joy I feel when I have a party! Bringing people together and creating memories is what I love most in the world! Today I feel very blessed and grateful that we are all pouring out God’s love on ourselves. That we can choose to live in complete freedom. Be better than yourself instead of being captive to your fears and judgments. Whatever your beliefs, I believe we all have the freedom to choose LOVE!
The two have seen each other many times, including in different places, as well as during the KINRGY session. Rumors of a breakup circulated in April, with fans learning that Julianne and Brooks hadn’t been apart during the global coronavirus pandemic. A source told E! News that the duo “wanted to work it out in private before making a final decision.”
“They are still dating separately and minding their own business,” a source told E! May news. “They are still in contact and have not made any decisions going forward. They are happy to do it this way and see what happens. For them this is work. They love each other so much and they just want to make sure each other is as good and happy as possible by staying in the present and in the moment just as it is in the moment.
Julianne was also seen with Ben Barnes in April. Julianne, 31, and Brooks, 36, have already publicly discussed the ups and downs of married life.
“I thought I fixed my life, and then Julianne came into my life and completely changed it, and I’m so thankful for that,” the How Men Think podcast host said. AND! News from last summer. “Let’s say this: we want F-King to have the best possible relationship. This is what we’re talking about.
Brooks added: “However, we have to work on it and by work I mean commitment. We are very lucky with the strength of our relationship and the current love that we have in our lives and we want it for everyone. We’re starting to talk more about that.
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On the other hand, Julianne also opened up about her sexuality, revealing a different side of herself to fans.
“[I told him], ‘You know I’m not straight, right?’ I think my husband now has the certainty that I am unpacking all of this and I am no longer afraid to say things that I never wanted to admit or felt ashamed or guilty about what I was told or how I was raised. survival that I have developed throughout my life,” he said. “Now I feel limitless.”
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Later, Brooks also talks about “exploring” his sexuality.
“I’ve talked about it many times on this show, like a big part of my 2020 journey is about exploring my sexuality,” she said during an episode of her podcast. “And by that, I don’t mean whether I’m gay or straight, I mean my sexual relationships, what is my sexuality and what do I want, and what are my desires and what are my wife’s desires, and how can we have that language? , um “feed ourselves and get what we want and express ourselves to the nth degree sexually in everything?”