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17 September 2017, 12:49 | Charlene Valdez
Report John Legend And Chrissy Teigen’s Marriage Is On The Rocks The couple have apparently been “fighting non-stop” for months
Ironically, the tabloid story comes in the same week as the couple's fourth wedding anniversary, which they appear to have celebrated in style. She shut down rumours that she and John were close to a split and pretty much annihilated whoever dared print that.
Just hours after the model posted an adorable snap with her husband of four years on Thursday, she shared another photo of the magazine's cover.
On the couple's special occasion, John posted a photo on Instagram of his wife kissing his nose as they stand in a hallway.
According to In Touch Weekly, John and Chrissy are having "real marriage problems". "Met 11 years ago yesterday", he penned alongside a photo of the handsome couple packing on some sweet PDA before their outing.
Chrissy's battle with pospartum depression and her excessive drinking, which she recently claimed to have restrained, were said to have brought the couple "to a breaking point". "Do you know what to-day is #itsouranniversary ❤️", she captioned the shot. "I love this woman deeply", he gushed in the caption.
The stars hit headlines on Wednesday (13Sep17) after editors at In Touch Magazine ran an article declaring Chrissy's relationship with John was crumbling, with a so-called insider claiming they were "fighting nonstop". News. "We have arguments and challenges just like everyone else - being new parents, I think particularly".
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