Are Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel headed for divorce despite having a secret baby? Justin and Jessica have been married since 2012 and for a while, they were revered as one of Hollywood’s happiest couples. That all changed when photos of Justin getting extra close to his Palmer co-star Alisha Wainwright went viral. Rumors that Jessica and Justin were headed for divorce were rampant and many thought it was over for the popular couple.
Then came the Coronavirus pandemic!
COVID-19 has changed much about how the world operates and unfortunately, many relationships didn’t survive the pandemic with its social distancing and isolation. Many were surprised when Justin and Jessica left their home and went to the mountains of Montana to self-isolate with their five-year-old son, Silas Randall. They were even more surprised when it was revealed that during the pandemic, Jessica Biel gave birth to another son!
The name of Justin’s and Jessica’s new baby hasn’t been made public, but it is known that he is five-months-old. It’s unclear why Jessica and Justin have chosen to shield their child from the public as they have.
Now, a new report in the upcoming December 14, 2020, issue of Us Weekly suggests that things aren’t going well for the couple and their new baby hasn’t fixed the damage that was previously caused. An unnamed source stated the following to the publication who hinted that Jessica is having trust issues again, now that Justin is back at work.
He’s been staying late at the studio. Timberlake has been reneging on his promises to Biel. It’s been a problem. The trust just isn’t there.
You may see a photo of Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake looking happy and in love below.
What do you think about the report? Do you believe that Jessica and Justin are still having trust issues? Do you think they are on the verge of divorce?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.