Jude Law has finally opened up about rekindling his romance with Sienna Miller.
On Monday, the Brit and his once-again ladylove made their first public appearance since reuniting as a couple, walking arm-in-arm on the red carpet at the 2010 Costume Institute Gala in New York City. The two had been spotted by paparazzi previously, but their gala appearance confirmed they are officially an item again
While celebrating his Tony nomination for “Hamlet” on Wednesday in New York City at the award show’s nomination luncheon, the actor spoke with Access Hollywood about how he feels being back with Sienna.
“I’m very happy,” Jude told Access. “I’m very happy to be happy.”
When asked if the two, who looked loved-up at Monday’s bash, are engaged, Jude shot down the rumors.
“Not at the moment,” he told Access with a smile. “Not at the moment. That’s all I can say.”
As for his Tony nomination, his second (he was previously nominated for “Indiscretion”), Jude said he was thrilled and planned to take on more Shakespeare plays in the future.
“I’d love to do ‘Benedict,’ I’d love to do ‘Coriolanus’ and ‘Henry V,’” he said.
The Brit has fond memories of the play for which he is nominated – “Hamlet” — and he credits director Michael Grandage for having given the play a new edge.
”[Michael said] let’s tell this as a new play and in a funny way, once he said that, 400 years of pressure kind of disappeared and we got to look at it as if it were a fresh and exciting and brilliant… new story to tell,” Jude said.