It’s Not Just You: Famous Celebrity Couples That Sleep in Separate Beds

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When we look at the lives of our favorite celebrities, we often see them as quite perfect. Sometimes it’s hard to wrap our heads around the fact that even celebrities have little quirks and qualms, especially when it comes to sleeping. Have you ever wondered if your favorite celebrity couples are sleeping in separate beds? Let’s see which dynamic duo needs two latex mattresses tonight!

Nearly one in four American couples sleep in separate bedrooms or beds, the National Sleep Foundation reported in a 2005 survey. Recent studies in England and Japan have found similar results. And the National Association of Home Builders says it expects 60 percent of custom homes to have dual master bedrooms by 2015. While it may seem like an extreme statistic, it looks as though separate beds for couples is the way of the future, even though sometimes we think of it as the way of the past. Some of the Hollywood’s hottest couples today are following suit in this trend, and some even say it improves their sex life and relationships.

Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie

The former bodyguard for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt told In Touch Weekly recently that the couple often sleep in separate rooms. (Ms. Jolie informed Vanity Fair that the couple sometimes sleep in one “giant bed” with their six children.)

Tim Burton & Helena Bonham Carter

The director and actress famously have two entire houses between them — and they retire to their own to hit the hay, reportedly because he snores, according to The Telegraph. Burton also allegedly likes to pace and watch TV when he can’t sleep, according go The Daily Mail.

Kevin Jonas & Danielle Deleasa

The young couple were married in December of 2009. After only five months of marriage, they reportedly began to sleep in separate bedrooms because Jonas snores, a friend told In Touch Weekly.

Scott Disick & Kourtney Kardashian

In an episode of “Kourtney & Kim Take New York” it was revealed that the couple sleeps in separate beds, E! Online reported. Disick later explained on Twitter, writing, “Just want to clear up the reason why we don’t sleep in bed together. I’m not a good sleeper and with [son] Mason in bed I can’t fall to sleep!” Many parents can sympathize with the kid in the bed problem.

Queen Elizabeth & Prince Phillip

The queen and her husband — as is fitting, historically — sleep in different bedrooms, according to The Daily Mail. Even royalty has its standards.

Are we missing any hot couples that don’t sleep in the same room? What’s your opinion on sleeping in separate bedrooms? Let us know here. Have a good weekend everyone, and wherever you sleep tonight, sleep well!

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