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Sienna Miller’s ex-fiance wants her back

Published 10/04/2016

Sienna Miller
Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller’s ex-fiance Tom Sturridge would move to America to reunite with the actress, it has been claimed.

Sienna Miller’s ex-fiance is reportedly desperate to win her back.

The American Sniper actress’ engagement to Tom Sturridge came to an end last year (15), with their hectic work schedules being blamed for the split.

But a year on, it seems fellow actor Tom, 30, is keen to rekindle their relationship.

“Tom has been telling his close friends that he and Sienna are going to get back together,” a source told British magazine Grazia. “He is sure they can work it out and is willing to convince her to give things another shot.”

The former couple has three-year-old daughter Marlowe together, and the family has been photographed spending quality time together since the break-up.

While both stars still have busy work schedules, Tom is reportedly willing to move to Los Angeles or New York so Sienna, 34, can balance her career with parenting duties more easily.

“Tom regrets that things didn’t work out the first time around,” the insider continued. “Now, he wants to make up for what happened last year. Tom thinks it’ll work and feels that somewhere like New York could become his home. Plus it’s close enough for him to fly home from there for his own work in the UK.”

However, friends of Sienna told the publication that while the pair enjoyed each other’s company over Christmas and more recently at a friend’s birthday party, the actress has moved on.

“They’re close friends because of Marlowe and are taking it in turns to be the lead parent as they juggle their work,” another source said. “Sienna’s been letting people know she’s single, and has enjoyed flirtations with other men. It seems that the past is the past and she’s not going to go back.”

Sienna and Tom originally got together in 2011 before becoming engaged a year later.

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