Julianne Hough Feels Grounded Quarantining without Husband Brooks Laich
In an interview, Julianne Hough said she feels grounded quarantining without her husband, Brooks Laich, who has been occupied with projects at their home in Idaho.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Julianne has been social distancing at home for almost two months. She said that the additional time has permitted her to reconsider what matters most in life.
"I just feel more grounded and at peace," the "Dancing With the Stars" alum told PEOPLE. "Time and space is in its own weird place right now, but I feel like I can breathe."
Julianne Hough is seen on December 14, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
"A MAGICAL TIME"
A month ago, Julianne called solo quarantine "magical" as she and Brooks do separate things, as reported by US Weekly. The dancer is embracing "me time."
"I've been on my own. My husband is in Idaho doing lots of yard work," she said, "and so we're kind of doing our separate things right now. But it's really been a magical time."
Julianne began dating the NHL player in 2014. After a year, the pair announced their engagement, and they were married in 2017.
A source recently said that Julianne and Brooks are not doing well. Their marital problems first made headlines in December 2019.
An insider revealed to Us Weekly at the time that the two were experiencing a tough situation and had not "been able to spend as much time together" as they once did.
Julianne astonished her mother, Mariann, by purchasing her a new house with a white picket fence for Mother's Day.
However, they were "totally fine" again in March before their separate quarantines started, according to another source.
Meanwhile, Julianne astonished her mother, Mariann, by purchasing her a new house with a white picket fence for Mother's Day, as reported by Inquisitr.
Julianne took to Instagram to share an adorable video after surprising her mom with the gift. She can be seen giving her mom a long and passionate embrace.
Apparently, Julianne is extremely close to her mother. A year ago, after declaring that she's "not straight," Julianne applauded her mother for her support. She said that her mom is pleased with her and called her "amazing."
Julianne has successfully transitioned from being a dancer to a singer, and an actress. In 2007, she received a nomination for a Creative Arts Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Choreography in season five of the show.