Justin Timberlake's marriage is "hard going," says his grandma.
The singer-and-actor and wife Jessica Biel - whom he wed in October 2012 - spend a lot of time apart because of their respective careers and his grandmother Sadie Bomar is worried the distance is going to damage their relationship:
"They are married but they are so busy, both of them, it's hard going. I'm sure when it's right to have children they will, but not now. They do love each other dearly but they are apart so much it's going to be hard going for them."
Sadie says Jessica finds the distance particularly "tough," but she is hopeful the couple can overcome their problems - so long as they make more time for one another. "I think Jessica finds that really tough. She's on her own a good deal. If he's not coming back at night that puts a strain on things, of course it does. It's hard to keep it all going but you have to have faith to keep it all going. I have faith in them and I believe they love each other dearly but I know they need time together," Sadie added to The Sun.
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Lance Bass has enlisted Jessica Biel to help plan his wedding.
The former 'N Sync star has received helpful tips and support from the wife of his former bandmate, Justin Timberlake, after proposing to his boyfriend Michael Turchin in September.
Lance, 34, reunited with the "Bye Bye Bye" hitmakers earlier this month for band member Chris Kirkpatrick's wedding, and he picked the stunning actress' brain on wedding ideas for his own nuptials: "I'm so glad I went to Chris' wedding because I forgot about some of my old management company people. And then we were sitting there talking to Jessie Biel, too, and she gave us a lot of great pointers. And she had some really great ideas. One really cool idea she had was that, on the invites -- because we love our onezies -- send out personalized onezies to all our guests so that at midnight after the reception it turns into a pajama party. How fun would that be? I think we might be doing that one. That was something we both loved."
Justin Timberlake "still has time" before having kids.
The "Mirrors" hitmaker isn't in a rush have children with wife Jessica Biel - whom he wed in October 2012 - and thinks it is best to leave starting a family "to fate." He said, "I'm not against the idea at all, but I think I still have some time ahead of me. Let's leave it to fate."
The 32-year-old heartthrob feels settling down with his actress spouse is a "normal" progression of entering his thirties and believes Jessica, 31, brings out the best in him: "Life didn't change overnight. Marriage, family - it's all part of the normal steps you take when you reach your thirties. She's brought me stability and an inner force. The most important thing for me is that we're able to communicate so well and talk about absolutely everything. It's beautiful to have that kind of closeness and understanding."
Despite a successful musical comeback with his new album The 20/20 Experience, a blossoming movie career and an A-list actress wife, Justin thinks it's important to remain humble and received advice on handling fame from Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood: "I remember spending time with Clint Eastwood and he taught me some lessons about dealing with success. He was so cool and generous on the set even though he's a Hollywood god."
Jessica Biel "feels more secure" since marrying Justin Timberlake.
The Hitchcock star - who married the "Cry Me A River" singer, 32, in front of more than 100 close friends and family at the plush Borgo Egnazia resort in Puglia, Italy, last October - is willing to make bolder choices, especially when it comes to fashion, because she feels more confident now that they are married.
The 30-year-old actress's close friend and long-time stylist told People.com, "I definitely think any woman changes after [she gets] married. I feel like she feels more secure and safe on the planet having found her partner. It's not 'should I do this or should I do this?' It's like 'Okay, great!'"
Former 7th Heaven star Jessica recently opened up about being married to the "Suit & Tie" singer and admitted it feels amazing: "It feels like nothing's changed, and yet, everything's changed. It's like that intangible thing, you can't quite put your finger on it. But I guess the idea of having a sort-of partner in crime, and the word 'husband,' is pretty amazing."
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are honeymooning on safari.
The newlywed couple - who married in front of more than 100 close friends and family at the plush Borgo Egnazia resort in Puglia, Southern Italy, on October 19 - flew by private jet to Tanzania before boarding a helicopter to the Singita Grumeti reserve in the Serengeti Park.
The 31-year-old "Like I Love You" singer is said to have spent his first few nights as a married man at the luxurious Sasakwa Lodge with his 30-year-old Total Recall star wife, according to the MailOnline. They are reported to have also stayed at the stunning riverside Faru-Faru Lodges in the same 350,000-acre preserve for a few days before leaving on October 30 by helicopter.
The resort's website reveals that each air-conditioned cottage has a heated infinity-edge pool overlooking "where the land stretches forever." They are rumored to have then boarded a private plane to a beach side resort for a few days of relaxation before Jessica begins filming her new movie The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are not in a hurry to have children.
While the couple tied the knot in Italy last weekend, Justin's grandmother Sadie Boma says the happy couple are both too busy with their careers right now to even think about starting a family.
"I don't think they will rush it. I'm not sure they can. They are both away so much that it would be hard to take care of a baby together and I know Justin would want to be there," she said.
However, Sadie insists when the time comes, Justin, 31 and Jessica, 30, will be fantastic parents. "Oh, Justin is going to be the best dad. That boy has always been so great with children, and I know Jessica will be a great mother," she added.
Sadie missed the wedding because her husband Bill is in hospital, but her grandson arranged to send a piece of wedding cake 5,000 miles from Italy to the US for them:
Justin Timberlake is "deeply sorry" to anyone who felt offended by a "joke" wedding video for his and Jessica Biel's nuptials. The 31-year-old singer-and-actor has slammed the "distasteful" clip, which appears to mock homeless people, and while he insists the footage was not actually shown at the couple's wedding in Italy last Friday, he says the person responsible, who is thought to be his close friend Justin Huchel, will be made to do "at least 100 hours of community service."
The "unsavory" tape starts by saying, "Greetings from your Hollywood friends who just couldn't make it," and cuts to several homeless people, transsexuals and street musicians wishing them well with apologies for missing the big day.
In an excerpt from an apologetic letter posted on his website, Justin wrote:
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are married. The "Sexyback" singer married the Total Recall actress in an intimate ceremony at a secret location in Southern Italy, believed to be near Naples.
"It's great to be married, the ceremony was beautiful and it was so special to be surrounded by our family and friends," the couple said in a statement.
No other details are known at this time, but the couple - who have been dating for five years and engaged since last December - started celebrating earlier this week with those closest to them. Yesterday they hosted a party where guests relaxed around open fires and dined on fresh-made cheese, local olives and wine. The previous night, the group had a party with fireworks and live music, and on Wednesday as guests were arriving, they held a low key drinks reception.
Justin Timberlake is set to marry Jessica Biel in Italy this week.
The couple are said to have gathered friends and family for an intimate ceremony at a secret location in the southern European country. "They are ready to get married," a source told Us Weekly.
Another source told Life and Style magazine guests do not even know the exact venue beforehand and "were told just to fly to Italy." The source added, "Save-the-dates went out in the spring and little information was given. Guests were warned that any phones or cameras would be confiscated, so best to leave them at the hotel."
The couple have been dating for five years and engaged for ten months, Justin proposed during a Christmas holiday break in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. In February sources said the couple had been meeting with a wedding planner and Jessica, 30, had reportedly "told Justin she wants to get married outside at sunset."
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