England’s on again/off again it couple Jude Law and Sienna Miller are on once again. Their notoriously tumultuous love affair is the stuff of Hollywood legend, starting with an on set romance, ending with a scandalous nanny-gate media blitz, and reigniting with a recent triumphant red carpet return.
In 2003, Jude Law and Sienna Miller were co-starring in the remake of the film “Alfie” when they fell in love. She was single but he was married to English actress and fashion designer Sadie Frost. The married couple had three biological children and Frost had a son from a previous marriage. The union soon ended and Jude Law and Sienna Miller got engaged on Christmas Day 2004.
But just months later, controversy swirled when news broke that Law was having an affair with his nanny, Daisy Wright. After a public apology, the couple struggled to make it work for a few months but ultimately Jude Law and Sienna Miller split later that year.
She went on to have highly publicized relationships with two Welsh actors Matthew Rhys and Rhys Ifans. But it was her paparazzi fueled love affair with “Brothers and Sisters” star Balthazar Getty that garnered the most attention. Again, she was single, but he was a married father of four.
Jude Law, on the other hand, kept his personal life on the QT following his break up with Sienna Miller. That is until the 2009 announcement that American model Samantha Burke was pregnant with his child. Their daughter, Sophia, was born later that year, but the couple is no longer together.
In 2009, rumors started to swirl that Jude Law and Sienna Miller were dating again. He was starring in “Hamlet” and she was in “After Miss Julie” on Broadway at the time of the reports.
Despite the fact that they were spotted on a vacation together and rumored to have been together over the holidays, Jude Law and Sienna Miller were slow to go public with their relationship. But in May of 2010, they finally took to the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala. The glamorous couple was clearly on again.