Sienna Miller takes the cover of Net-a-Porter’s Porter magazine, on sale Friday (June 3).
Here’s what the actress had to share with the mag:
On why she decided to seek therapy: “I just got to a point where I just felt… I didn’t understand why I was, I couldn’t dig myself out, I couldn’t make decisions, I felt pretty assaulted by life and not in control… Without being really indulgent, I think as you get older you have to really cultivate your mind and have a deep understanding of self, otherwise you just become lonely and isolated and unsatisfied and unfulfilled, and however your perfect little life looks on paper, there will be a sense of unfulfillment if you haven’t explored the nature, the very depths of who you are.”
On her ex-fiance Jude Law: “We don’t see each other that much. I care about him enormously.”
On what feminism means to her: “That we aren’t recognized as equal makes me irate.”
On if she’s bothered by the press: “No, no never. We are in different times now. But I have a theory. I’m not being stupidly bashful, and of course there are occasionally people who give you funny looks, but I do think that as an individual you can attract or repel that energetically. I know people who are mega-stars, like Bradley Cooper, he takes the subway and he walks through New York City totally anonymously. He’s not asking for it. People will see and notice him but there’s something you can force-field. There are people who somehow attract it and want it and need it, but I do think it’s something you can harness.”
For more from Sienna, visit Net-A-Porter.com.