Beyonce and Jay Z are reportedly set to go on a five-week "make or break" vacation in a bid to save their strained marriage, as insiders claim the couple is desperate to avoid divorce.
In recent months the "Partition" singer, 31, and the hip hop mogul, 44, have been subject to media scrutiny due to Jay's infamous elevator incident, which raised questions about their marriage.
The couple is currently in the midst of their "On The Run" tour and while they appear to have chemistry on stage, insiders claim that they are very different behind closed doors.
Jay has reportedly planned a romantic vacation in-between their final tour dates with the hopes that they can salvage their six-year marriage.
"Jay wants to save the marriage - they have their final US tour date in San Francisco on August 6 and then they have two dates in Paris from September 12 - that's it," a source told Daily Mail UK.
"He adores his daughter Blue Ivy and he wants a sibling for her, but Beyonce isn't sure what she wants to do - their marriage is in flux, that's the truth. Jay just wants them to spend some time alone together to try and work it out," added the source.
In May fans were shocked after video footage surfaced online showing Beyonce's sister Solange attacking Jay inside of an elevator in New York City. Beyonce, who placidly stood by, shared a prayer on Instagram entitled "My Prayer to God" two days after the incident, which fueled reports of marital woes.
"Lord, I lift up everyone of my relationships to You and ask You to bless them. I pray that each one would be glorifying to you," Beyonce wrote to her 12 million followers on May 7.
"Help me to choose my friends wisely so I won't be led astray. Give me discernment and strength to separate myself from anyone who is not a good influence. I release all my relationships to You and pray that Your will be done in each of them," she added.
Beyonce married the rapper in a private ceremony in 2008 and while they have been married for six years, they have been together for a total of 12 years. In 2012, the couple welcomed the birth of their first child Blue Ivy.