Diane Kruger to wed again?
Diane Kruger has caused speculation she's ready to wed Joshua Jackson.
The 38-year-old actress previously tied the knot with actor-and-director Guillaume Canet, but the relationship ended in divorce. Since 2006 she's been dating Joshua Jackson, and the pair have fought constant rumours about when they will exchange vows. Now Diane has given a hint that she's ready to wed.
"My lover!" she replied to gala.fr when asked who she'd tie the knot with.
The star took part in a quick fire series of questions, revealing quite a lot about her personality in the process. If she was a dream she would be "erotic" and if she was an emotion she would be love.
She also fears she can be a little too impatient at times and doesn't always give things the attention they deserve.
Diane continued to reveal her huge love of late King of Pop Michael Jackson, who passed away in 2009 of acute propofol intoxication.
"I cried when he died and even now I am still as much a fan," she explained.
Marriage rumours have dogged Diane and Joshua for years. In 2011 the Dawson's Creek star was forced to deny they'd exchanged vows after he was spotted wearing a band on his ring finger, and the following year it was claimed he proposed with an extravagant necklace.
However, the story of the $45,000 piece of jewellery was much more amusing.
"I made a horrible mistake at an auction by raising my hand when I shouldn't have, and it started a bunch of rumours that were very, very costly," the actor laughed. "We're not engaged."
The reports didn't stop there, with more surfacing in 2013 after Joshua was supposedly seen ring shopping.
In the past, Diane has insisted she sees no need to tie the knot again as she's happy with Joshua and doesn't want their relationship to change.
“I’m over marriage. No marriage for me. But I definitely want to have kids. I have three goddaughters - I’m not sure why they trust me, because I have no experience with children – but I try,” she previously told the British edition of InStyle magazine.
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