Sienna Miller Still Cares ‘Enormously’ for Ex-Fiance Jude Law

Sienna Miller arrives for the "Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology" Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 2, 2016 Credit: Karwai Tang/WireImage

Friendly exes! Sienna Miller revealed in a new interview with Porter magazine that she’s still fond of her ex-fiancé Jude Law, who she famously dated on and off throughout the early 2000s. 

“We don’t see each other that much,” the 34-year-old actress said of Law. “I care about him enormously.”

The couple met while costarring in the 2004 film Alfie together, and got engaged at Christmas of the same year. In July 2005, Law, 43, was caught having an affair with the nanny of his children. He publicly apologized, saying he was “deeply ashamed and upset that I’ve hurt Sienna,” but the pair split not long after. The couple gave it a second try in 2009, but called it quits for good in 2011.

Miller went on to date Tom Sturridge, with whom she shares 3-year-old daughter Marlowe, but they broke off their engagement in 2015. She still has babies on the brain, though, and says she’s open to expanding her family. “I would love more," she told the magazine. “I’m suddenly feeling very broody for more babies, and my daughter’s desperate to have a sibling.”

While she calls her group of exes a “motley crew,” she knows the one characteristic that they all have in common. “I like intelligence,” she said. “It’s the only thing I’ve ever been attracted to. People who aren’t clever enough fall by the wayside. They’re a motley crew my ex-boyfriends, if you lined them up, it would be strange.”

After decades of having her romantic life documented in the press, Miller now tries to keep her personal life private. “I do think that as an individual you can attract or repel [the attention] energetically. I know people who are mega-stars, like Bradley Cooper, he takes the subway and he walks through New York City totally anonymously. He’s not asking for it,” she said of her American Sniper costar. “People will see and notice him but there’s something you can force-field. There are people who somehow attract it and want it and need it, but I do think it’s something you can harness.”  

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