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Bruno Mars’s 13-year relationship with girlfriend is on the rocks

Bruno Mars’ long-term relationship is reportedly “on the rocks.” The 38-year-old singer has been dating model Jessica Caban for 13 years, having started their relationship back in 2011. The 41-year-old is said to have spent Christmas and New Year away from Bruno, amid the reports about their shaky relationship.

Sources told The Sun: “Bruno and Jessica barely spend time together anymore — it is really sad. They are living separate lives so it doesn’t bode well for their relationship. It feels like things are fizzling out between them.

“They have so much history together but we aren’t sure whether they will be able to save things this time,” an insider explained. Bruno is currently performing in Tokyo but is set to return to the US to perform in Los Angeles.

The couple started dating when the Just The Way You Are hitmaker saw Jessica in an NYC restaurant and decided to introduce himself. They tend to keep off social media and were said to be living in Hollywood Hills with their dog Geronimo.

Bruno usually stays quiet about his romance with the model, but told Rolling Stone in 206 that he was “happy” with her, but seemingly had no plans to propose. When asked if he’d get down on one knee, he seemed taken aback and said: “Jesus! She’s my best friend. My rock. What’s wrong with that? We’re just happy.”

In other news – Jonathan Majors seen on dog walk ahead of sentencing for beating up ex-girlfriend

Jonathan Majors was seen on a walk with his dog in Los Angeles. The former Marvel star wore a mismatched outfit consisting of patterned, baggy trousers and a red gilet with a grey jumper underneath as he walked his two dogs around the neighbourhood. Jonathan is due to return to court for sentencing on February 6, 2024, and faces up to one year behind bars.

The 34-year-old actor faced four charges, including two charges of assault, aggravated harassment and harassment after telling authorities he found his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari unconscious in their apartment. While he was found guilty of one charge of assault in the third degree and guilty of harassment, he was found not guilty of another charge of assault in the third degree and aggravated harassment charge. Read More

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