Belfast Telegraph

Friday 29 August 2014

Sienna Miller: I love Paris

Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller would love to have lived in Paris during the '20s.

The actress feels lucky that she gets to experience so many periods in history thanks to her profession. While it's fun to dress in clothing from another era, she can't help wishing she had been born during a simpler time.

"Paris in the 1920s would have been spectacular," she told British newspaper The Guardian.

Although she might dream of a different life, Sienna is actually very happy with the way things have turned out. She and her partner Tom Sturridge welcomed their daughter Marlowe into the world in July, with Sienna citing her daughter's birth as the most special day of her life.

The actress has reminisced about how different things could have been. When she was little, she had a brush with death when a day of horse riding fun took a sinister turn.

"When I was five, I was lowered off an 18-hand horse as it startled. I was dropped and it reared up and came down on my cheek an inch from my temple. Had that horse not been so intelligent and lifted its hoof on impact, my skull would have been crushed. Thank you, Gemini," she recalled.

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