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Thursday 18 December 2014

Rachel Bilson: I'm a good girlfriend

Rachel Bilson
Rachel Bilson

Rachel Bilson thinks she is a great girlfriend as she knows "how to roll" with her boyfriend's friends.

The 30-year-old actress has been dating Hayden Christensen on-and-off for five years. The pair are now back together after briefly calling off their engagement in 2010.

Rachel is happy with her love life, after going through complicated romances in the past.

"I've been in so many love triangles on TV and in real life. I'm pretty happy with where I am right now. I figured everything out in my twenties. It's nice to be heading towards the next chapter and thinking about children and things like that," she gushed.

"I feel I do well as a girlfriend. I can hang out with all my boyfriend's friends. I know how to roll with the guys!"

Rachel can be a hopeless romantic when it comes to relationships. The stunning star thinks people should follow their hearts when it comes to their feelings.

"I've been in relationships where we've said, 'I love you,' after two weeks. I think it depends on the person and the relationship. If it feels right, go with it," she explained in an interview with British magazine more!

"Love shouldn't play by the rules. It's all about chemistry."

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