Some celebrities have to spend more time defending their relationship than actually having one.  According to UsMagazine.com, this has been the case lately with Chelsea Clinton and husband, Marc Mezvinsky.  Many tabloids have wrongfully reported that the couple who tied the knot with a lavish fairy tale wedding in Rhinebeck, NY, last August, are headed for divorce.  As a friend of the newlyweds recently stated, “They’re one of the best and most in love couples I’ve ever known.”  The former first daughter and her husband were also recently seen having dinner in New York where they seemed very much in love.

What are ways to combat break-up rumors?

Cupid’s Advice:

The only thing worse than break-up rumors is an actual break-up.  When it comes to these ridiculous untruths, either fight them head on or ignore them all together:

1. Seeing is believing: When rumors strike, go out in public as couple to show everyone just how happy you really are.

2. Give them the cold shoulder: Ignoring the rumors completely is always a solid option.  As long as you know the truth, that’s all that matters.

3. Make a statement: If this is something you decide to be vocal about, make it short and sweet.