Hollywood star Cameron Diaz and American musician Benji Madden have been happily married for eight years. The two met at a party, hosted by the actress at her residence in May 2014. A few months later in December 2014, the couple confirmed their engagement. A month later in January, Cameron and Benji exchanged vows in a Jewish wedding. They welcomed a daughter via surrogacy in 2019. However, they announced the big news in January 2020. Even after all this, it seems Cameron Diaz surely enjoys her space. We say this as the actress has urged to “normalise separate bedrooms” for married couples. People magazine reported that Cameron Diaz, in conversation with Yes Man star Molly Sims and Emese Gormley on the latest episode of their podcast Lipstick on the Rim, said, “We should normalise separate bedrooms.”
Cameron Diaz said it when one of the ladies jokingly revealed that her husband snores. Elaborating the same, the Charlie's Angels actress added, “To me, I would, I have my house, you have yours. We have the family house in the middle. I will go and sleep in my room. You go to sleep in your room. I'm fine and we have the bedroom in the middle that we can convene in for our relations.” Cameron Diaz continued, “I've already said it,” before clarifying, “By the way, I don't feel that way now because my husband is so wonderful. I said that before I got married.”
Earlier, this year Cameron Diaz and Benji Maddens celebrated 8 years of togetherness. Benji wished his better half through a special note on Instagram. Sharing a picture of a sketch Benji wrote, “In Love, Inspired, Happy and Grateful. 8 years married, side by side, and now a little one for us to guide, let's do 80 more and then forever… Happy anniversary Cameron Diaz my [heart and world emoticons].”
While announcing the birth of her daughter, Benji Madden wrote, “We are so happy, blessed and grateful to begin this new decade by announcing the birth of our daughter, Raddix Madden. She has instantly captured our hearts and completed our family.” However, the post was deleted later.