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Cameron 'supports Nicole through marriage trouble'

Published 13/05/2015

Nicole Richie
Nicole Richie

Cameron Diaz apparently doesn't want Nicole Richie and Joel Madden to throw away what they have.

The two stars are married to Good Charlotte's twin brothers Joel and Benji Madden, with Nicole tying the knot with Joel in 2010 and Cameron and Benji getting hitched earlier this year.

Nicole and Joel are proud parents to kids Sparrow and Harlow, but have recently been at the centre of speculation surrounding their marriage.

"Cameron cherishes their friendship and is determined to help Nicole work through this. Cameron doesn't want them to throw away what they have," a source told British magazine Grazia.

Rumours have surrounded the couple for months, with US magazine In Touch even claiming Nicole had met with divorce lawyers.

"Nicole is unhappy. They're barely on speaking terms. Joel often flees their home to get away from it all, but his behaviour makes the situation worse. Things are not looking good," the source added.

This isn't the first time Nicole and Joel's marriage has been called into question. In 2013 there was talk of romance trouble but nothing came of that gossip.

Much of the speculation stems from Nicole not wearing her wedding ring, but earlier this week she was spotted with it back on as she filmed in LA.

Joel has also attempted to put the rumours to bed by posting a touching message and photo of Nicole on the US holiday of Mother's Day.

"Happy Mothers Day to my best friend and partner in rhyme. Best wife, mother and friend a father and his kids could ever ask for (sic)," he captioned a shot of the pair, followed by three heart emojis.

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