Apparently, Sienna, who's appearing in Flare Path in West End in London, was interviewing with the UK's Guardian when she spilled the beans about Jude. Not that she wanted to get into it, it seems. But when it came up, she was upfront about it, not getting WHY people were so interested in her relationship. (Guess she forgot that it kind of comes with the territory of fame, huh?)
"The amount of speculation surrounding my romantic life is astounding," she told the Guardian. It's strange how involved people get: invested and angry, really disappointed."
We're thinking that she's referring to the rocky relationship she's had with Jude, whom she was once engaged to before that whole mess about cheating with his kids' nanny (how cliche). Then, they got back together, and the speculation was that they were re-engaged — before they broke up once again. Jude Law & Sienna Miller: Splitsville
But Sienna cleared that all up, too. Her response to the engagement rumors? "…We weren't. And I think this happens in everyone's lives: you get back together, you try to make it work and it doesn't. It's not acrimonious, it had run its course."
However, she's far from bitter about it all. And, it seems she's got a lot in common with her new role.
"I feel like I'm in a very different place to where I was," she said. "I feel like I experienced my 20s in all their glory and all their disastrousness, and now I feel much more calm. It feels like a new, more serious decade."
After a response like that, we have no choice to assume that she's buried Jude under lock and key, and that her break-up with Jude was a long time coming. But she doesn't sound angry, which we'd say is very mature of her. Maybe it comes with age?
Whatever the case, it we'll admit we're not too surprised that they're over. After all, considering his infidelity the first time around, we would have been surprised if their reunion resulted in a happily-ever-after type ending this last time.
Either way, she's happy now and that's all that matters. Besides, we don't think either one of them would really have a problem bouncing back or finding other mates.