The National Enquirer publication which is found in its latest issue released today, said that its team tracked Jeff and Lauren across five states and 40,000 miles, tailed them in private jets, swanky limos, helicopter rides, romantic hikes, five-star hotel hideaways, intimate dinner dates and "quality time" in hidden love nests.
In April, he also texted her, "I love you, alive girl".
The Amazon boss is thought to be in a new relationship with new anchor Lauren Sanchez, 49, who is also divorcing her husband of 13 years, Patrick Whitesell.
Sources with direct knowledge said that the couple did not have a prenuptial agreement, so they will have to split the fortune of the world's richest man 50/50.
Whitesell, Sanchez and Bezos were photographed together in 2016 while promoting the Amazon-distributed award-winner Manchester by the Sea, which starred Whitesell's client Michelle Williams. Virtually all of that is tied up in the almost 79 million shares of Amazon stock that he owns. A new report states that the couple did not have a pre-nuptial agreement and a significant chunk of Bezos' fortune could be on the line.
The Bezoses tweeted Wednesday that after "a long period of loving exploration and trial separation, we have chose to divorce and continue our shared lives as friends".
President Donald Trump wished Amazon Inc. founder Jeff Bezos luck in his divorce from his wife MacKenzie, predicting the proceedings will be "a beauty". Sanchez has two children with Whitesell, a WWE/IMG agent. "We feel incredibly lucky to have found each other and deeply grateful for every one of the years we have been married to each other".
The Enquirer says it trailed Bezos for four months in what it calls the "largest investigation" in the magazine's history, with its photographer catching the lovebirds "doing the dirty on their spouses".
Even though Bezos wasn't rich at the time, the divorce is likely to make his ex-wife the richest woman in the world.