Julianne Hough & Husband Brooks Laich ‘Spending Time Apart’ After 2 Years Of Marriage — Report

Trouble in paradise. After just over two years of marriage, Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich have reportedly been spending time apart, as things have ‘changed in their relationship.’

Former America’s Got Talent judge Julianne Hough, 31, and husband Brooks Laich are having marriage issues two and a half years after tying the knot in a romantic July of 2017 outdoor ceremony in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. “They have been spending time apart but are not ready to share what’s going on between them,” an insider tells E! News. “They don’t even really know what to call it. There’s a ton of love and emotion there and they are going through something very personal.”

“She’s been very private about this time in her life and is not making any kind of official announcement,” their source adds. “She is honoring her work commitments, as is he, and it’s kept them apart. But things have definitely changed in their relationship.” Eagle eyed fans have noticed that Julianne has stopped wearing her wedding ring from Brooks.

On Jan. 7, Brooks shared an Instagram post where he said he was looking forward to stepping into a “new chapter” of his life. He wrote, “In 2020 I look forward to releasing old identities, and stepping into a new chapter in my life. I find myself wanting to officially say the words ‘I retire’ from professional hockey, instead of vehemently resisting it as I have been for the last 2 years. I feel a new stage of life calling me, and though I don’t exactly know what it is yet, it feels right, and exciting!” Brooks, 36, was a professional hockey player for 15 years beginning in 2003. He retired in 2018 after finishing his career with the L.A. Kings. Jules called his post “So beautiful ❤️.”

Julianne raised eyebrows when she told Women’s Health for their September cover issue that she revealed to her husband that she’s “not straight.” “I [told him], ‘You know I’m not straight, right?’ And he was like, ‘I’m sorry what?’” the pro dancer explained. “I was like, ‘I’m not. But I choose to be with you.’“

“I think there’s a safety with my husband now that I’m unpacking all of this,” she continued. “And there’s no fear of voicing things that I’ve been afraid to admit or that I’ve had shame or guilt about because of what I’ve been told or how I was raised.”

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