Ellie Goulding has admitted that she enjoys living outside of her husband Caspar Jopling.
The couple have been married since they tied the knot 11 months ago and have spent time together in isolation in Oxfordshire.
However, their life situation recently changed when The Mirror reports that Ellie, 33, has moved to London while Caspar, 28, is finishing her Master of Business Arts (MBA) at Oxford University.
Honest: Ellie Goulding explained the benefits of living apart from her husband Caspar Jopling when she says, “I love my husband – but I love myself too”
Although she was separated from her partner, Ellie insisted that she “loves” being in her own business, as she has stated the benefits of their current situation over long distances.
Ellie told the post, “No, I love it! I love my husband – but I love myself too.
“I can read a book. I can go running, I can eat badly. It’s really great to be able to have a partner you don’t need to be 24/7 with, even when you’re married.
The happy couple: Until recently, singer Starry Eyed, 33, was locked out with her art dealer husband, 28, in Oxfordshire (photo in 2019)
Ellie, who celebrates her first wedding anniversary with Caspar on August 31, also opened up on the romantic side of her husband.
She added, “He built me a blanket for my cat litter box. And he always buys me flowers. I was driving on the highway in my electric car and I found a little rose in the glove compartment.
Her words come as she prepares to release her first album in five years, Brightest Blue, on Friday, which she declared “the best album she has ever made”.
Temporarily apart: However, their living situation has recently changed as The Mirror reports that she moved to London while Caspar completed his Master of Business Arts (MBA) at Oxford University (photo in 2019)
Ellie’s remote marriage comes after she recently admitted that she was not yet ready to have children with Caspar.
In a new interview, the singer said that starting a family is “not the end and the end” as she focuses on resuming her career once the coronavirus pandemic has improved.
Hitmaker How Long Will I Love you, who tied the knot at York Minster last year, said, “I want to have kids, but that’s not all. I’m so happy right now and want to have kids later, but it’s not encouraged to wait.
The media personality also revealed that she would be ready to launch a podcast on working women who want to be mothers at a later stage in their lives.
Ellie told The Sun, “There are a lot of blogs, podcasts, and things about being a mom or a mom’s life, which I really appreciate because it must be good to know that you are in the same position as the other mothers. I want to know the women who are in the same place as me.
“I have a career and, once the coronavirus is finished, I will go on tour. It would be nice to have like-minded women in the same situation who want children later in life or not at all. I’d love to hear a podcast on this – maybe I’ll start mine.
New Music: Her words come as she prepares to release her first album in five years, Brightest Blue, on Friday, which she declared to be “the best album she has ever made”
In October 2019, Ellie said she was fed up with people asking when she was going to be a mother in a brutally honest Ask Me Anything section on Instagram Stories.
Her words came after a fan asked her, “Do you think you will have one or more babies anytime soon?” (the world needs two of you). [sic].
She replied: Not particularly [grimace emoji]. As you can imagine, this was a non-stop question.
“I hate being made to feel like this is what I’m supposed to do on this earth. I guess technically I am. But I see things differently in the world today. “
“That’s not all and finally”: Ellie’s remote marriage comes after she admitted that she was not yet ready to have children with Caspar (photo on their wedding day in August 2019)