Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick “Conscious Coupling” Report NOT True

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Sarah Jessica Parker Matthew Broderick Conscious Coupling

By Shari Weiss


Sarah Jessica Parker Matthew Broderick Conscious Coupling


Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are NOT in a “conscious coupling,” despite a new report falsely claiming they’re trying to save a supposedly troubled marriage. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the story.

According to RadarOnline, “Despite going through their fair share of rocky times, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have decided to work harder on their marriage in a move they’re calling ‘conscious coupling.'” The webloid claims the couple’s “unconventional pact to shore up their shaky relationship” entails living separately in two neighboring houses.

“They’ve had some ups and downs and they decided that separate living areas were crucial to keep them together,” a so-called “insider” claims. “They’ll be tearing down a wall between the town houses to make a mega mansion, but it’s definitely one side for her and the other for him, with the kids having access to both.”

The site deems the alleged plans “bizarre,” but says “the couple’s ‘bohemian approach’ to marriage and having their own spaces really suits them well.” The supposed source adds, “They still have dinner together and if the mood’s right they’ll have a ‘sleepover,’ so it’s not really that they’re living separate lives, more that they’re treating an almost-20-year marriage with the care and respect it deserves.”

If only RadarOnline treated journalism with the “care and respect” it deserves, because the outlet has this story all wrong. Gossip Cop has learned that the townhouses Parker and Broderick are moving into have already “been connected for almost 100 years.” And they are not intending to create his-and-hers residences.

Asked about the “conscious coupling” and living apart claims, a rep for Parker exclusively told Gossip Cop the allegations are “total bullsh*t.” The spokesperson also deemed RadarOnline “idiots” for its false version of events. That seems accurate, considering it’s the same outlet that claimed Parker would be taking over Vogue from Anna Wintour… back in 2014.

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