CARSON Daly lives in a $6.5 million home with a pool, luxury kitchen, and multiple bedrooms and dining areas.
But inside the $6.5 million Long Island home, the TODAY host and his wife sleep in separate rooms.
The couple’s home features six bedrooms, five bathrooms, four half-bathrooms, multiple living rooms, dining areas, and playrooms, Closer Weekly reported.
With Daly hosting “TODAY” from the comfort of his home due to the pandemic, fans have been able to see various aspects of the “colonial-style mansion.”
Daly purchased the home, which includes an in-ground pool, blue stone patio and pool house, for $6.1 million in 2013.
Daly has also explained how certain spots in his home, like the pool house, have been converted into a “home broadcast center” while working remotely.
“These are four areas of our temporary home that have been converted into a stay-at-home broadcast hub,” Daly captioned an Instagram post in May, Closer Weekly reported.
The house also has a kitchen with its own baking area, state-of-the-art appliances and a baby-only living area used by Daly’s youngest child, Goldie.
Closer Weekly reported that the living room area is reserved for Goldie to watch her morning cartoons like Sesame Street.
The couple have admitted to divorcing in their sleep. Daly told Insider that this arrangement was “the best thing that happened to his marriage.”
A “sleep divorce” means the couple sleeps on different beds at their $6.5 million home, which sits on about two acres of land.
The arrangement began when Siri, Daly’s wife, was pregnant with their fourth child and the couple didn’t get the best night’s sleep while sharing a bed.
“We woke up and shook hands like, ‘I love you but it’s time to get a divorce. It will be for the best for all of us,” Daly told People.
Insider reported that Daly was diagnosed with sleep apnea, which can cause loud snoring.
However, Daly and his wife aren’t the only couples participating in this unorthodox sleeping arrangement.
Insider reported that in a 2017 survey by the National Sleep Foundation, one in four couples no longer sleeps together.
Some couples sleep in the same room but on different beds, while others, like Daly, sleep in entirely different rooms within their home.
The survey shows that all “sleep-divorced” couples admit to sleeping better and having better relationships.
Experts have shared advice for couples who may be considering a “divorce in their sleep” but are also worried about how it will affect the relationship.
Experts who spoke to Self have advised couples to remember that sleeping apart doesn’t mean there are problems in their relationship.
“Spend time cuddling before bed, have regular conversations about how the arrangement is working for you, and be conscious of physical touch throughout the day,” Emily Jamea, a therapist, told Self.
Couples should also keep in mind that separate sleeping individuals should continue cuddling before bedtime and be more consciously physical with their partners.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/5633245/carson-daly-wife-sleeping-arrangement-marriage-couple/ Inside Carson Daly’s $6.5 million home with a pool house and spacious kitchen where he and his wife sleep on separate beds