Ellie Goulding loves her husband Caspar Jopling, but enjoys living apart from him

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Ellie Goulding and Jasper Jopling seen leaving York Minster Cathedral after their wedding ceremony on August 31, 2019 in York, England. Photo by John Rainford/GC Images
Ellie Goulding and Jasper Jopling seen leaving York Minster Cathedral after their wedding ceremony on August 31, 2019 in York, England. Photo by John Rainford/GC Images

The 'Power' hitmaker is residing in London whilst her husband remains at their Oxford home to continue his studies. And Ellie enjoys not having to be with her spouse 24/7.

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Meanwhile, Ellie previously confessed she knew she would marry Caspar and quipped she was in such a strong and independent place when he came into her life. Ellie hasn't written any songs about her marriage yet, but she confessed she may analyse her relationship in her songwriting in the future.

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Speaking to the Daily Mirror about living apart, she said, “No I love it! I love my husband - but I also love myself. I can read a book. I can go for a run, I can eat messily. So it's really great that you can have a partner that you don't have to be with 24/7 - even when you're married.”

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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