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Bey and Jay 'bringing the spark back'

Published 19/09/2015

Jay Z and Beyoncé Knowles
Jay Z and Beyoncé Knowles

Beyoncé Knowles and Jay Z have reportedly been enjoying intimate dates while on holiday.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Beyoncé Knowles and Jay Z are working hard to bring the spark back to their marriage, claim sources.

The A-list couple tied the knot in 2008 and are parents to daughter Blue Ivy, three. Reports surrounding the state of their relationship have been swirling over the last couple of years, reinforced by a public spat between Jay and Beyoncé's sister Solange at the Met Gala last year.

But the couple have been looking smitten during a vacation in Sardinia, suggesting things are back on track.

"It's been a turbulent time, but they're not giving up without a fight. They're determined to make it work for Blue Ivy's sake," an insider told British magazine Closer. "Beyoncé arranged date nights and day trips on the holiday to try and get the spark back and to start building back the trust that's been lost between them over the past couple of years."

It isn't just the getaway helping the pair get closer; the source adds that they've been attending marriage counselling and making time for one another amid their busy work schedules.

On top of working on her relationship, Beyoncé has been busy playing shows. Her Instagram account is currently full of performance clips and photos, as well as adorable snaps of little Blue Ivy.

Their home life may not be as stable as it could be though, as earlier this month it was reported the LA property they've been renting has been sold. They're said to have been given 60 days to vacate the premises in the Holmby Hills, which the new owner paid a staggering $35.5 million for.

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