Kelly Clarkson Felt "Divorce Was Her Only Option" After Quarantining with Her Husband in Montana

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By Cosmopolitan
Kelly Clarkson divorces her husband Brandon Blackstock after seven years of marriage.
The couple's time in quarantine was reportedly "harmful" to their relationship.
Kelly Clarkson and her manager-slash husband Brandon Blackstock split up after seven years of marriage, and apparently Kelly - who filed papers last week - felt that divorce was her only option.
A source tells Entertainment Tonight that "Kelly and Brandon have had problems for several months and have made a conscious effort to clear things up. Both hoped that quarantine outside of LA in Montana would help them clear things up in their marriage, however instead the changes in the environment were actually detrimental. "
Apparently, "spending time together seemed to make an already challenging situation worse," and while Kelly's career "definitely helped keep her away from things, but this recent downtime gave her the time she needed to get over her life and." thinking about their marriage. ""
The source also confirms that Kelly started the divorce process a few weeks ago (which they "both feared") because she "knew she just had to follow her heart and eventually realized that divorce was her only option ".
The couple share two children and "have not cut themselves off". In fact, the source says: "They are both heartbroken, but their plan is to put the children first. Their focus is on parenting and advancing, as this is the last place they will ever be thought they would be. They both understand divorce is never easy for children, but Kelly and Brandon are great parents. It will only take time. "
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