February 10, 2011 by Post Team
Sienna Miller, Jude Law and Sienna Miller split yet again, it was confirmed. The couple had been back together since late 2009 but broke up again a few weeks ago. Sherlock Holmes stars Jude, 38 and 29 have already been committed Sienna but split in 2005 after admitting an affair with his children’s nanny. A source close to Jude said that the last distribution was “mutual and amicable.” Sienna, who will soon be seen in Terence Rattigan’s West End play Flare Path, has dated actors Matthew Rhys and Rhys Ifans, and Balthazar Getty. Jude was previously married to actress and designer Sadie Frost, with whom he has three children.
He and Sienna met while filming Alfie in 2003. They moved into a new house and the end of last year. A spokesman Bill said: “I can confirm that Jude Law and Sienna Miller are no longer in a relationship.” His parents love officially for Jude Law and Sienna Miller, as publicists for the couple over not confirm once they no longer see each other – again.
The couple – who split in 2005 after the law had an affair with his nanny for children – has rekindled their relationship last year and had looked close to reaching. But despite protests Miller last summer of being “stupidly happy” and comfort of inner happiness, the law enforcement officials told newspapers here that they have been through.
“I can confirm that Jude Law and Sienna Miller are no longer a couple,” a spokesman told the Daily Mail Law in London, adding that the split was “amicable.”
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