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Diaz, Madden ‘escaping daily grind’

Published 13/06/2015

Benji Madden and Cameron Diaz
Benji Madden and Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz and her husband Benji Madden are said to be retreating from career pursuits in favour of living a more relaxed life together.

The 42-year-old actress tied the knot with the 36-year-old Good Charlotte rocker at her Beverly Hills home in January.

And it’s now claimed the couple are moving away from Los Angeles to a more rural part of California.

“They’re ready for a change of pace and love the idea of raising their kids in a serene setting that’s still close enough to the city but far enough away from the daily grind,” a source told OKMagazine.com.

Apparently Benji and Cameron are looking at investing in a property around the Big Sur, Napa Valley or Ojai regions of California.

It’s claimed they have both retreated from career pursuits of late, with Cameron having “scaled way back on her work commitments” in favour of spending more time with Benji.

“They’re so in love and just want to be together,” the source noted.

According to IMDb, the only thing on Cameron’s professional agenda currently is Bad Teacher 2 and this movie does not yet have a release date.

Rumours are rife Benji is also “taking it easy as far as touring goes” with his band The Madden Brothers.

The pair have supposedly been working on having children since embarking on their relaxing honeymoon a few months back.

"Cam and Benji had a very low-key honeymoon in the mountainous Wyoming, where they stayed in a cosy cabin and ate fried chicken in their sweat pants. It was exactly what they needed post-wedding, as they just wanted to hibernate," a source told British magazine Closer previously.

"But Cam is eager for a proper honeymoon and has told pals it will be a 'babymoon,' as she's eager to start a family as soon as possible.”

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