Jimmy Fallon has allegedly upset his wife, Nancy Juvonen. Apparently, he’s taking too much on at work and leaving less time for the family. This week tabloids claimed that Fallon is facing brunt for not making enough time for family.
Work Takes Priority For Jimmy Fallon
The Tonight Show host is in hot water with wife, Nancy. NBC just reupped his show for five more years. Meanwhile, Fallon has been attached to host the reboot of the classic game show Password. As Fallon prepares to take on the new projects, he’s apparently been leaving less time for his wife and daughters.
Fallon’s family has been staying at their country home. Whereas, he’s been cooped up in their NYC apartment to focus on work. Reportedly, his absence has been hard on the family. Word is that Fallon’s put their NYC apartment on the market, taking it as a sign that he’s prioritizing his family.
Fact Of The Matter
Juvonen is supposedly getting fed up with her husband’s busy work schedule. Fallon is certainly doing well in his career. However, there’s simply no evidence to suggest it’s at the cost of his family life. It’s true Fallon has listed his downtown Manhattan apartment for a whopping $15 million.
There’s no evidence that Fallon is selling the home he and his wife spent two decades renovating only to spend more time with his family. Besides, for Mother’s Day he posted a sweet picture of his family on Instagram. Evidently, Fallon and his wife seem to be doing just fine.
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Tabloids And Celebrity Marriages Are Rarely In Sync
Gossip columns are not a reliable source when it comes to strife in celebrity marriages. Last year, they insisted that Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel were headed for divorce. Then, it was also alleged that Matt Damon was trying to save his marriage with a trip to Australia.
Additionally, there was another story that Reese Witherspoon and her husband were separating. And more recently, Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy were supposedly on the brink of divorce. None of those stories amounted to anything, which is what can be expected from this narrative as well.