Thirteen years of marriage is quite an accomplishment for a Hollywood couple, but it sounds like Julia Roberts and Danny Moder are not going to try to go for fourteen years. Get the inside scoop on their relationship drama, which may lead to their relationship’s demise!
After meeting on the set of The Mexican in 2001, Julia and Danny fell in love, and went on to have three kids, Hazel, Phinnaeus, and Henry. Though their relationship is notoriously private, it seems to be no secret that Julia has quite the temper, and it’s damaging their partnership.
A source tells OK! Magazine exclusively, “It kills Danny to think about how all the arguing has been affecting their kids. Things have gotten bad enough that he thinks the kids would be better off if he and Julia split.”
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But the actress is not quite on board with his divorce plans.
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“This is the last thing Julia wants,” an insider says. But it’s not just the arguing that has led Danny to believe their relationship has hit rock bottom.
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“Danny just doesn’t feel like they have a true partnership,” reveals a pal. Since meeting back in 2001, “it’s been her way or the highway” and “he’s had enough.”
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Over the last two years, the couple has tried to work on their problems with marriage counseling, but with little progress. In fact, it may have made things worse!
“Julia’s used therapy as an opportunity to vent all her anger and frustrations,” say an insider, and that cannot be healthy for a marriage. And what’s worse? Danny, who rarely raises his voice, has “been snapping” and “shouting at her out of frustration” lately, which has opened Julia’s eyes “to how dire the situation is.”
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Read more about Julia and Danny’s troubled union, and find out who will get what if they divorce in the latest issue of OK! Magazine, on newsstands now.