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Sienna Miller Had Yogurt in Hair Before Just Like a Woman Screening
Sienna Miller looked prim and proper at the Just Like a Woman screening at the Crosby Hotel in New York City on Wednesday, June 5. What most attendees didn’t realize, however, was that the Burberry-clad actress had been combing yogurt of her hair hair just moments before.
“Here’s a secret: there’s yogurt in it,” the 31-year-old actress admitted to Us Weekly of her messy ponytail. “[My daughter] Marlowe got in my hair before mommy was leaving. I didn’t have time to do my hair for real, so I just pulled it back — and got the yogurt out of course. But that’s being a mother!”
Miller added that her 11-month-old daughter with fiance Tom Sturridge is doing “great” these days. “She’s teething now, so we’ve just been dealing with that. She’s crying a bit more now, but we wake up. I wake up every time. It’s a challenge, but you beat it.”
The blonde Brit took some time off after giving birth in July 2012. “I’m really glad I got to take this year and just be a mother. That’s what I’ve been doing and it’s the best thing ever,” Miller told Us. “We absolutely love New York. There is so much for us to do with the parks and playgrounds — lots of activities for us to do.”
Sturridge, 27, recently starred in the Broadway production of Orphans. “I’m so proud,” Miller gushed. “He did an amazing job and got nominated for a Tony! I’m very excited for him. It’s going to be a big night.”
Between their careers and parenthood, the two stars haven’t had much time to plan for a wedding. “We’ll get to it, though,” Foxcatcher star Miller promised. “We will!”
An adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s short story “Two Hussars”, TWO JACKS is a fast-paced, glamorous and romantic vision of Hollywood now and then. The story is of legendary film director Jack Hussar (DANNY HUSTON), a notorious gambler and womanizer, returning to Los Angeles to raise financing for his next film. In a whirlwind night on the town, Jack seduces the stunning Diana (SIENNA MILLER), hits some wild industry parties, narrowly escapes a brush with the law, before playing a high-stakes poker game at dawn. Years later, Jack Hussar Jr. (JACK HUSTON) arrives in Hollywood for his directorial debut, and Diana (now played by JACQUELINE BISSET) finds her daughter falling for her former lover’s son. At the core of this film we see the struggle of a son trying to step out of the shadow of his famous father.
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In a scene from the new HBO movie The Girl, which premiered at the Hamptons International Film Festival, Alfred Hitchcock’s assistant Peggy attempts to explain why, of all the leading ladies he worked with in his lengthy career, the legendary director’s relationship with model-turned-actress Tippi Hedren evolved into obsession. Whatever Hitchcock threw at his star actress, she delivered back to him. “She makes him feel like he can’t hurt her.”
The 30-year-old Factory Girl star and fiancé Tom Sturridge welcomed a daughter, their first child together, in London over the weekend, E! News has confirmed.
And we can exclusively reveal that the little girl’s name is…
How very Chandleresque of them.
Miller and Sturridge, who got engaged in Paris over the Christmas holiday, have not released any other details about their new arrival, which was first announced by Us Weekly.
The actress did address her expectant status in British Vogue back in March, saying, “I’m feeling fine…It’s all progressing nicely and it’s very exciting.”
Miller hinted that she would be playing it close to the bump. “I’m under strict instructions not to say anything as it would completely defeat the point of everything I’ve tried to achieve in the last eight years,” she said.
Sienna Miller and her fiance Tom Sturridge welcomed their first child over the weekend in London, a source confirms exclusively to Us Weekly. Details on the baby’s gender, name and weight were not available. The British duo have been dating for over a year and debuted signs of their engagement — Miller’s dazzling diamond engagement ring — in mid-February.
After remaining mum about her pregnancy for several months, the actress, 30, finally opened up to British Vogue in April.
“Even though I’m under strict instructions not to say anything as it would completely defeat the point of everything I’ve tried to achieve in the last eight years,” the resolutely private actress expressed to the mag. “I’m feeling fine…It’s all progressing nicely and it’s very exciting.”
Despite the couple’s silence about their new addition to their family, Miller and Sturridge, 26, made no hesitation in stepping out in public on several celebratory occasions.
In May, the couple stole some time away in Portofino, Italy for a babymoon. A week later, they got decked out to celebrate Sturridge’s BFF Robert Pattinson’s 26th birthday at Gordon Ramsey’s restaurant in London, England.
News of her pregnancy broke in January, but Sienna Miller chose not to address the rumors.
Instead, the actress let a photo tell the story, debuting her baby bump at a New York event without speaking a word.
“I’m in my second trimester, so I’m I-can-talk-about-it pregnant, even though I’m under strict instructions not to say anything as it would completely defeat the point of everything I’ve tried to achieve in the last eight years,” Miller tells Vogue UK in their April issue, referring to her inclusion in Britain’s phone-hacking scandal and subsequent testimony.
“I’m feeling fine,” she reveals. “It’s all progressing nicely and it’s very exciting.”
Miller, 30, and boyfriend Tom Sturridge expect their first child in July.
Sienna Miller and boyfriend Tom Sturridge are expecting a child, a source confirms to Us Weekly. The 30-year-old actress and Sturridge, 26, have been together for a year and “don’t have plans right away to marry, if at all,” the source says.
“Friends are really happy with her relationship with Tom,” the source tells Us. “He’s younger, yes, but he’s mature and he’s a good guy.”
The source adds that Miller’s family “had had it with Jude Law and his cheating and all the back and forth.” Last February, Miller and Law, 39, ended their relationship for the second time. They first split in 2006 after two years of dating when Law admitted to cheating on the star with his children’s nanny.
Miller and Sturridge’s friends “were not surprised by the news of the pregnancy,” says the source. “They’re really good together.”
“They just spent the holidays in Paris together after they announced the news in London,” says the source.
Miller’s rep could not be reached for comment. A rep for Sturridge tells Us: “We don’t comment on our client’s personal lives at all.”
In September, the duo went on a double date with Sturridge’s pal Robert Pattinson and girlfriend Kristen Stewart. The foursome knocked back drinks at London’s Groucho Club. “They looked happy,” a witness told Us.
What a difference a few months make! Back in early September we first heard about the BBC Two’s upcoming docudrama The Girl, which chronicles director Alfred Hitchcock’s obsessive relationship with his The Birds star Tippi Hedren. At the time there was one pair of names attached to star as Hitch and Hedren, but times have changed, and now we have two new names – Toby Jones and Sienna Miller, respectively.
Per Deadline the Wall to Wall Television production of The Girl will be produced by Amanda Jenks and executive produced by Leanne Klein for Wall to Wall and Lucy Richer at the BBC. Shooting starts this week in South Africa.
Miller (pictured, Stardust) is no doubt best known for her tempestuous relationship with actor Jude Law over many years while Jones has appeared in such films as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, The Rite, Captain America: The First Avenger, and The Hunger Games.
According to BBC Two Hedren has cooperated by giving interviews to writer Gwyneth Hughes, while Hitchcock biographer Donald Spoto is attached as a consultant. Becoming Jane’s Julian Jarrold is directing with Imelda Staunton and Penelope Wilton also in the cast.
Hitchcock was at the height of his fame and creativity when, in 1962, he chose an unknown fashion model to star in his most ambitious film — The Birds. But as he sculpted Hedren into the perfect Hitchcock blonde of his imagination, he became obsessed with the impossible dream of winning the real woman’s love. His failure arguably destroyed both of their careers. In a statement Hughes said: “It’s been the most enormous privilege to talk at length to Tippi Hedren, the last ‘Hitchcock blonde’ in the life of Britain’s most original and successful film director. At the time, in the early 1960s, the American star suffered in silence. But now, at the age of 81, her wisdom and insights have helped me to put her real life ordeal on to the screen.”