Hey, good news for this dude blatantly checking out Sienna Miller: you might have a shot!
In the latest issue of Rolling Stone, the actress talks about her views on loyalty in a relationship. They may be viewed based on her experiences with that shady Jude Law character, but let's check out what Miller has to say:
On being faithful:
"I don't know, monagamy is a weird thing for me. It's an overrated virtue, because, let's face it, we're f-cking animals."
On being famous for being Jude's girlfriend:
"Everything happened in the wrong order. You become known for being someone's girlfriend, and all of the sudden there's all this hype and buzz for all the wrong reasons."
"I'm a big believer in positive thinking. Some people think destiny's crap, but I've willed myself to do most things I wanted."
On worrying she's getting too old for "youth films":
"It's so hard for women in the business. And I want to be doing this when I'm fifty."
"I can't wait to have babies. Jude has three children, and I have never tried to be their mum or anything, but I've had the benefit of living with them and loving them without being the parent. But I love the idea of being a working mum and having my kid on the set."
On her "really liberal" parents:
"Our house was always full of artists and musicians, and I knew from the start my parents were naughty and did things that other people's didn't. But it's great to know that you can go to your parents and say, â€˜I've done some things you wouldn't be proud of me for,' and they can say â€˜I've done the same thing.'"