Recent rumors claim that U.S. President Joe Biden and first wife Dr. Jill Biden's 45-year marriage is allegedly falling apart so badly because of the stress of living in the fishbowl that they are allegedly quietly living apart.

For more than four decades, Joe and Jill Biden have been wed. The pair were married in 1977, but Joe had to ask Jill five times before she finally said yes.

The first couple wed in the chapel of the United Nations, and their reception lunch was hosted in New York City's Sign of the Dove. Beau and Hunter Biden, Joe and Jill Biden's sons, accompanied them on their honeymoon.

In the upcoming July 4, 2022 issue of National Enquirer, it was revealed that Joe and Jill Biden no longer spend much time together and that when they do, they frequently quarrel.

The entertainment news publication was informed by an unidentified source that: “Word is, they don’t even share the same bedroom.”

Apparently, Joe and Jill Biden have been engaged in a terrible verbal battle within the White House, but since they are so concerned about the Secret Service listening in, they only communicate by text. 

This has led to reports that their marriage has struck rock bottom. According to National Enquirer, Jill even acknowledges that the arguments are referred to as "fexting," an abbreviation for text-fighting.

Jill Biden acknowledged attacking Joe Biden during a heated argument in a previous interview obtained by reports. To the interviewer, the first lady disclosed: “I won’t tell you what I called him that time.”

Unnamed sources claim that Joe Biden's determination on standing for reelection in 2024 is the cause of the first couple's marital issues. According to rumors, Jill Biden worries that her husband's apparent decline in health might be impacted by a second term.

Several rumors also added that Joe Biden has appeared to be getting older and more mentally confused, leading medical professionals and political analysts to speculate that he may have dementia.

A tipper claimed per Entertainment Times: "Jill worries about the toll a second term will have on Joe. She wants to leave the White House and enjoy what years they have left together."

In addition, Jill Biden is allegedly concerned about the influx of unfavorable stories that will surround Joe if he runs for president once more. The first lady is aware that this would ultimately be detrimental to her husband's wellbeing.

Jill is also said to despise Washington. She would have kept teaching at home if it had been up to her, but she wanted to support her husband's presidential run. She, however, is not interested in starting anew.

“Jill loathes Washington and would rather spend the summer in Rehoboth Beach, but Joe won’t hear of it. Joe is angry that Jill refuses to conform to the traditional duties as other presidents’ wives have done. It’s got to be embarrassing for him. Their marriage is a pressure cooker waiting to explode,” the source concluded.

The news that Joe and Jill Biden's marriage is in trouble has not yet been addressed by either of them. Therefore, unless everything is established as factual and accurate, loyal admirers of the first pair should treat all these unproven assertions with a great deal of skepticism.

Joe and Jill Biden U.S. President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden appear with the Easter Bunny at the White House on April 05, 2021 in Washington, DC. The year's traditional Easter Egg Roll was canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images