Sienna Miller, who will soon become a mother for the second time, appeared on the cover of Vogue. The actress starred in a photo shoot with her boyfriend, 27-year-old actor Oli Green and daughter Marlowe from ex-lover Tom Sturridge. In an interview, the 41-year-old actress spoke about moving from New York to London, dating a younger man, having a natural birth, the fact that she is expecting a girl, and her desire to act in comedies. Spltnk has studied the material and retells the main thing.
Sienna Miller, who has lived in New York for the past seven years, recently moved to London with her 11-year-old daughter Marlowe and boyfriend Oli Green. Sienna and Oli met at a Halloween party in 2021 and as their romance progressed, "the idea of moving to London became more and more attractive." Green was born and raised there; Miller has a sister, designer Savannah Miller, and her mother and closest friend, publicist Tori Cook. Together with her ex-boyfriend, Tom Sturridge, whom she considers one of her best friends, the actress decided that they could raise their daughter together, being on different continents - Sturridge remains in the USA. Miller has already sold her West Village townhouse, and she and Green have temporarily moved into his parents' home in West London.
Now the couple has their own rented house. In February, when they decide which London school Marlow will attend full-time, they will look for accommodation close to the school. “I like that nothing is known in advance. “I waste away when life is planned ahead,” said the actress.
Oli Green will soon appear in the final season of The Crown. as Rupert Finch, Prince William's classmate. However, for now he is being discussed more as Miller’s boyfriend. Sienna admitted that they kissed when they first met and then she "backed off." "I thought this was absurd. This will get you nowhere. And then he did his best to convince me to go out for drinks with him,” she said. Then they got Covid at the same time, so they sent Marlowe to live with Sturridge and moved in together, and it was an experience of "a kind of accelerated intimacy".
Sienna's friend, Emily Blunt, said that Miller had long dreamed of having a second child, and "finally she got the right guy." Sienna considers Oli wise beyond his years, largely due to his upbringing, but also because of the “peculiarities of growing up in a different era.”
“My friends over 40 meet young guys who see personality in women. I think in some ways this is due to the work of the feminist movement. I see this in Olya's friends. We are now aware of the dynamics between men and women that we simply didn't have 20 or 25 years ago. My whole task in my youth was to avoid advances and advances in a very delicate way, so as not to offend anyone. While the girls he grew up with know how to say "no" and move on,” explained the actress.
Also in the interview, Miller admitted that during her first pregnancy, “with all my soul I dreamed of “natural” pregnancy. giving birth with my sister Savannah,” who delivered babies at home several times as a doula. However, things didn't work out that way: she was induced at the hospital, followed by 27 hours of grueling labor. "It was like a terrible trick of the universe. I thought: “It’s impossible for my sister to feel at home like in her delivery room,” the actress said. She ended up having an emergency caesarean section, which was a difficult experience for her.
“It was so important to me that I did everything “right.” And this characterizes the kind of mother I would like to become, but I didn’t. But looking back, I realize that these were just the demons of first motherhood. Now I won’t put so much pressure on myself,” admitted Sienna. However, she still wants to try natural birth and recently found a doctor who specializes in such births.
As for her career, Sienna continues to actively act in film. For example, while pregnant she starred in Kevin Costner’s dramatic western “Horizon: An American Saga,” which will be released next year. However, now Miller is more interested in the comedy genre. “For a long time I felt the need to really prove something, and I see that reflected in the choices I made. I chose roles that were very heavy, dramatic and emotionally complex because I felt that I was probably considered frivolous. Now I’m completely done with it,” she said.