Justin Timberlake's grandmother has opened up about her grandson's marriage, telling the media it's "hard going."
The singer/actor and Jessica Biel got married in October 2012 but are often apart due to their careers. The pop star's grandmother, Sadie Bomar, is concerned their hectic schedules will harm their relationship.
She told The Sun newspaper: "They are married but they are so busy, both of them, it's hard going. I'm sure when it's right to have children they will, but not now. They do love each other dearly, but they are apart so much it's going to be hard going for them."
Bomar added that Biel is finding it particularly difficult to deal with the distance.
She explained: "I think Jessica finds that really tough. She's on her own a good deal. If he's not coming back at night that puts a strain on things, of course it does. It's hard to keep it all going but you have to have faith to keep it all going. I have faith in them and I believe they love each other dearly but I know they need time together."
Biel stars in the upcoming film "Emmanuel and the Truth About Fishes" about a troubled girl who becomes preoccupied with her mysterious new neighbor, who looks like her dead mother. It opens in theaters March 25.
Last year, Timberlake's comeback album, "The 20/20 Experience," sold 2.43 million copies, making it the only album that sold more than 2 million copies in 2013.