Tuesday, July 19, 2011

'We're not breaking up': Katy Perry and Russell Brand deny separation


We're fine: Katy Perry has slammed recent reports which claim that she and husband Russell Brand were considering a trial separation, here the couple are seen last month

Katy Perry and Russell Brand have endured countless break-up rumours since they tied the knot in October last year.

And whispers of a split have increased in recent months because the piar have spent more and more time apart due to their busy schedules.

But after a recent report claiming the couple were trying a trial separation, Katy has hit out, insisting that her marriage of just eight months is just fine.

Keeping busy: Russell seen leaving the gym with his trainer sipping on a drink from Earth Bar in West Hollywood today

The 26-year-old, who married the 36-year-old actor in a ceremony in India in October last year, said that just because the couple kept their relationship private, it didn't mean there was trouble in paradise.

Taking to her Twitter page to put the rumours to rest, she wrote: 'Just cause we don't flaunt our relationship doesn't mean there's something wrong w/it. Privacy is our luxury. #tabloidsrtrash #gossipisgross.'

Brand later supported his wife and wrote a message on his own Twitter page.

Denial: Katy took to her Twitter page to put break-up rumours to rest

He wrote, referring to the current phone hacking scandal surrounding former tabloid newspaper, News Of The World: 'You tell em Mrs Brand! In Britain we're currently dismantling the scum media so I'm not tuned in to their brain-farting.'

The couple's statements come as it was claimed earlier this month that the pair were considering a trial separation in a bid to keep their relationship on the right track.

A source told Heat magazine that Katy had confided: 'We're thinking of taking a break from our marriage. I'm worried it could be the end of the road for us.'

'Here, here honey': Brand later supported his wife and wrote a message on his own Twitter page

Trust: Katy says she trusts Brand 'implicitly'

source: dailymail

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