The country music power couple have been fighting rumors that their marriage is on the rocks since they got hitched in 2011. But the relationship has remained intact. However, usually first come marriage and then comes baby, but in September, Blake, 38, told Ellen DeGeneres on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" that he and Miranda, 30, weren't going to be having kids anytime soon.
That could just mean they're having too much of a blast as a two-some. Right?
However, new reports suggest the pair will be divorced by Christmas. In Touch magazine points out that the two have been leading separate lives since each started their own tours this summer.
What could be the problem? Trust and lifestyle issues, the mag notes. While Blake apparently loves Hollywood, Miranda prefers life in Oklahoma, where the couple have a house together.
In April 2013, sources told Radar Online that Miranda had issues with "Blake's wandering eye with fellow past contestants" on "The Voice," on which he is a coach.
By November 2013, Miranda had dropped 25 pounds (she eventually lost 45) after following a clean-living diet. A source told the weekly that Miranda wanted Blake to follow suit and "stop partying so hard and get healthy." But Blake apparently had "no plans to slow down."
"If you're in the public eye, people are going to take shots at you," Blake told People Country in June of 2013. "The only tough thing about the tabloids is not the content because the content is never true," he said during a press conference in June. "It's the fact that we are in them quite a bit."
The couple have laughed off chatter of a split in the past. Blake took to Twitter on Oct. 25, 2013 to address infidelity and troubled marriage rumors: "I just read back to back NEW stories that @mirandalambert and I are having a baby, divorcing, cheating and feuding with @cher. Must be true!" he wrote in response to reports that he and Lambert, 29, were headed for a "40 million divorce!"
But In Touch reports that since the couple are barely together these days, Miranda is concerned that if they continue at this rate, "they'll continue to grow apart."
Still, we must remember that Miranda has insisted "Divorce is not an option."