Jude Law and Sienna Miller have been quietly dating for the past few months, which we think is the first time either of them has ever done anything quietly. Yet rumors have persisted, alleging that the two rekindled the love affair that flamed out three years ago when they found themselves together in New York working on Broadway this fall. And now sources say that they've confirmed their relationship redux to their various employees. Which is totally how we announce big changes in our love lives! By telling the staff first.
The UK paper The Sun reports that Jude and Sienna are planning to move in together in London after their Broadway runs end, and that they've alerted the help to begin hiding evidence of ex-lovers (in Jude's case, surplus babies, in Sienna's, lots of naughty underthings). "Last week they put the wheels in motion to live together again," a snitch told The Sun. "They have told staff that they are in love and will be moving back to London in the spring and they will be living together as a couple once again." Look Him Up or Leave it Alone?
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We cannot deny that Jude and Sienna made an unnaturally pretty couple in Alfie, so maybe getting back together will spur them to reclaim their respective former sartorial glories. And maybe now that they're both a bit older and wiser (don't forget, Sienna was all of 23 when she and Jude got engaged the first time) their relationship will be a bit more equal and better for both of them.
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And maybe it'll make them dress better, because lately Sienna's been enjoying that boho–bag lady look Mary-kate Olsen made so disgustingly popular, and Jude seems bent on uglying himself up, as if he didn’t get his first Oscar nomination for playing the prettiest role of his career, Dickie Greenleaf in The Talented Mr. Ripley. We'd really like to see them become 2010's new Brad and Jen, swanning about awards shows with matching highlights and basking in their reflected gorgeousness. In this miserable economic climate, is that really so much to ask?
Via The Sun. Photo via Bauer-Griffin.