Usher and wife Grace Miguel have split after two years of marriage.
Is it time for another ‘Confessions Part III’? Usher Raymond and his wife, Grace Miguel, have called it quits after only two years of marriage. The couple, who were together for over 10 years and got married back in 2015, are officially parting ways.
The pair released a joint statement to Us Weekly earlier this week on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 regarding their separation, saying, “After much thought and consideration we have mutually decided to separate as a couple.”
Usher and Grace continued by mentioning, “We remain deeply connected, loving friends who will continue supporting each other through the next phases of our lives. The enormous amount of love and respect that we have for each other will only increase as we move forward.” We’re glad to see the two are keeping things amicable and friendly. Although this may just be surfacing now, reports claim that the couple has actually been separated for months.
The “Yeah” singer proposed to Miguel in January 2015, where they later eloped and spent their honeymoon in Cuba. Usher and Grace began dating in 2009 after Usher split from his first wife, Tameka Foster. Usher and Tameka share a 10-year-old son, Usher Raymond V and a 9-year-old Naviyd Ely, while he and Grace don’t share any children.
The singer hasn’t shown much sorrow towards the events currently taking place in his personal life. Usher was seen at the WME pre-Oscar party last Friday, March 2, where a source told Us that he “was in good mood and hugging people hello.” Seems as if the star is handling the change quite well!
This isn’t the first time we’re hearing of a potential change in the singer’s life. The Voice coach hinted that he is currently experiencing some life changes two days prior on Instagram. “New era / New Ink,” Usher captioned a photo with a tattoo artist last week, while Drake’s song ‘God’s Plan’ played in the background.
Neither Usher nor Grace have made any other statements regarding their separation. We wish the two nothing but the best throughout this difficult transition.