Carson Daly opened up about his relationship with Pinter. The couple has been married since 2004 and has two children together: Jack, 12, and Harry, 10.
When asked if they sleep separately or side by side (as many couples do), the 49-year-old said that it’s been a long time since they shared a bed—and he doesn’t see that changing any time soon.
“We’ve always slept in separate beds,” Carson Daly told the publication. “For about two years we didn’t even speak [after] our sleep divorce.”
If you’ve never heard of a sleep divorce, then you may be wondering what it is and why people would want one.
A sleep divorce is exactly what it sounds like: It’s when couples decide to sleep in separate beds. This can help solve the problem of snoring or other nighttime distractions that keep one partner awake, but in some cases they also do it to help make sure each person gets enough rest without being disturbed by the other person’s movements or habits.
For example, if one partner has always been a light sleeper when sleeping with their partner, this could mean that their sleep will be more disrupted than theirs does if they don’t have their own bed. Other reasons for getting a sleep divorce include having different temperature preferences or wanting more space from your partner during the night—either way, it’s better than fighting over these things all night long!
Carson Daly Had Spoken About His Sleeping Situations Earlier
Carson Daly and Siri Pinter have been using this method for two years now, according to Entertainment Tonight. And it’s one that many parents can relate to!
I think this is a great idea for couples with young children, especially if you don’t have separate bedrooms like Carson Daly and Siri. If your little one is still waking up at night or taking an hour or longer to fall asleep, it could be time to try out the sleep divorce! You don’t have enough time in the day as it is; we should all be able to get some shut-eye without worrying about being woken up by our partner’s snoring.