Jay Z Beyonce 2015: Surrounded By Divorce Rumors, Couple So ‘Drunk In Love’ Trying For Blue Ivy Carter’s Baby Brother?
Sep 12, 2015 01:52 PM EDT | By Victoria Guerra
Besides perhaps Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie or the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, there's no doubt that Jay Z and Beyonce 2015 make one of the most important and powerful couples in the world, as the multi-millionaire pair have been married since 2008 - but it is all crumbling now?
Over the past few months, all news regarding Jay Z and Beyonce 2015 have a dramatic tone to them, as they have been struggling with fertility problems as they attempt to have their second child now that their daughter Blue Ivy Carter is three years old.
Now, according to Red Book Magazine, Jay Z and Beyonce 2015 are on the fast lane towards a split after getting more and more strained over the course of the past few months, between their struggles with fertility and numerous cheating scandals.
As InTouch Weekly reports, Queen Bey hasn't actually given an interview in the past 18 months, and the only thing recently was her September Vogue cover - so, while Jay Z and Beyonce 2015 have been appearing in public in the past few months (most notably during last spring's Met Gala), the 34 year-old "Single Ladies" singer hasn't made any comments about her personal life in quite a while.
"It's like she's on lockdown and doesn't want to be asked about her marriage or why she and Jay haven't had another child," an insider to Jay Z and Beyonce's 2015 status told the magazine.
According to Hollywood Life, while the pair's immersed in divorce rumors, other sources say the two are still standing strong, not only writing new music together but also planning for baby number two, after months of reports have claimed that Beyonce is jealous of pal Kim Kardashian now that she's expecting a baby boy.
It's hard to know what the truth about Jay Z and Beyonce's 2015 relationship is, but let's just hope this isn't the end of this amazing couple.
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