LOS ANGELES, Feb. 10 (UPI) -- Justin Timberlake's grandmother Sadie Bomar has stepped in to dish on her grandson's controversial marriage to Jessica Biel, as more rumors arise regarding the couple's alleged problems and possible pregnancy.
Bomar reportedly told British newspaper The Sun via The Mirror, that while the couple "loves each other dearly," the relationship will definitely be "hard going for them" because they spend so much time apart.
“I think Jessica finds that really tough. She’s on her own a good deal,” Timberlake's granny is quoted as saying. "If he’s not coming back at night that puts a strain on things, of course it does. It’s hard to keep it all going but you have to have faith to keep it all going."
Bomar also put to rest rumors that Biel has been failing to accompany her husband to award shows because she's pregnant.
“They are married but they are so busy, both of them, it’s hard going,” she said. “I’m sure when it’s right to have children they will, but not now.
The 31-year-old Seventh Heaven actress was noticeably absent when Timberlake was honored at the People's Choice Awards in January prompting rumors that she might be pregnant. The stars' 1-year-old marriage was the subject of speculation late last year after Biel also missed the American Music Awards in November and the after-party for Timberlake's Saturday Night Live hosting gig in December.
But in spite of it all, Bomar still believes the two can make it work as long as they find some time.
“I have faith in them and I believe they love each other dearly but I know they need time together,” she said.