Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon stepped out separately in NYC this week, after Cannon confirmed that the two have been living separately for months.Credit: XactpiX/Splash News; Alo Ceballos/GC Images
The Elusive Chanteuse is out and about! Mariah Carey took her twins Monroe and Moroccan out to lunch in NYC on Tuesday, Aug. 26, while estranged husband Nick Cannon was spotted leaving their apartment. Cannon beamed in a baseball cap which read “Saved,” as his marriage to Carey continues to crumble.
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The Grammy-winning diva stuck out, as usual, on the streets of Manhattan in a body-hugging pattern wrap dress, which she accessorized with stilettos and a large floppy hat. Carey appeared confident as she took their 3-year-old kids to a local pizza place in Tribeca.
Later that evening, the many-octaved star and her twins grabbed pizza (again!) at Bar Sfizi. She was photographed for her evening outing in an all-black ensemble, appearing happy as she arrived at the eatery.
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Mariah Carey and her twins grabbed pizza at Bar Sfizi on Tuesday, Aug. 26.
As for Cannon? The day before, Monday, Aug. 25, the America’s Got Talent host was photographed leaving their shared Tribeca condo, smiling and sporting a hat inscribed with a telling message. Cannon once again stopped by his wife’s place again the following morning, this time wearing a hoodie which read, “N-Credible.”
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Their appearances follow Cannon’s bombshell confirmation that “there is trouble in paradise” between the spouses of six years. As reported by Us Weekly last Thursday, Aug. 21, the once affectionate, hyper-sexual couple have been living apart for some time, which Cannon confirmed that same day to The Insider.
Carey’s rep also released a statement to Us, saying: “I don’t comment on Mariah’s personal life, but Mariah is focusing on her children and her upcoming tour.”
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A source told Us that the couple’s relationship “has been shaky for a while” though “it all came to a head recently.” Take a look back at happier days.