Pewdiepie spied on his wife through their security system and his wife called it 'romantic'
- Felix "Pewdiepie" Kjellberg's hiatus from YouTube is ongoing, but his wife is still sharing Instagram missives from their recent travels.
- The two recently enjoyed time off in Japan together, before Marzia flew home to the UK.
- But don't worry — the pair is staying in close contact despite the distance, thanks to their home's security camera.
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Fear not, Pewdiepie stans. After three weeks of radio silence, we finally have confirmation that your Swedish king, also known as 30-year-old YouTube megastar Felix Kjellberg, is alive and well.
This week, his wife, Marzia "CutiePie" Kjellberg shared a screenshot of a WhatsApp conversation with Felix to her Instagram story. Although the newlyweds are currently separated, with Felix staying at the couple's second residence in Japan and Marzia at home in Brighton, England, the two have found a very innovative way to stay in touch: spying!
Per Marzia's caption, Felix was checking their UK home's security camera and had, by chance, caught a glance of her hanging out on the couch. Who knew surveillance could be so romantic?
Following the start of Pewdiepie's planned internet hiatus in January, the two have been taking some time to explore Tokyo, including stops to visit Gōtokuji Temple, eat udon, appreciate art, and snap lots of very loved-up selfies. Marzia flew home early, but Felix is staying in Japan to continue his break.
"Flying back to the UK on my own," Marzia captioned the post. "I wish I could stay in Japan but NOT YET. Felix gets to stay a little longer this time."
The couple's security camera set-up might seem a little Big Brother-esque to those unfamiliar with recent events. Last year, the couple's second home in Japan was robbed.
"Our house was broken into and they took 90% of my valuables, from my jewellery, to luxury good and special items I've been collecting over the years,'" Marzia wrote in an Instagram story at the time. "It's all gone."
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