Sienna Miller covers Vogue UK, claims she won’t talk about her personal life

Sienna Miller covers the April issue of Vogue UK. She’s not promoting a film project, a theater project or a television project. She’s not promoting her fashion line, which she co-designs with her sister (although Sienna just pulled out of the line). She basically got the cover of Vogue UK simply because she’s pregnant. The baby-daddy is Tom Sturridge, a young English actor and friend of Robert Pattinson. Sienna and Tom might be engaged (although she doesn’t confirm it). Even given all of that – the lack of anything going on in her professional life, the interest in her personal life – Sienna still feels the need to remind everyone that she’s not going to talk about her personal life. Then why did she get the cover again?

She’s feeling good: “I’m feeling fine. It’s all progressing nicely and it’s very exciting. It’s nice to start a new decade.”

On her pregnancy: “I’m in my second trimester, so I’m I-can-talk-about-it pregnant, even though I’m under strict instructions not to say anything as it would completely defeat the point of everything I’ve tried to achieve in the last eight years.”

On Hack-gate: “I feel totally removed from it all. It’s interesting, especially now they’re going through deleted emails. They had everything, every detail of my life – although I don’t want everyone to think what they read was true, because it wasn’t.”

On turning 30: “I didn’t have the freak-out which I thought I would have. But maybe it’s because I’m the youngest of all my friends – so that lessened the blow. It’s nice to start a new decade.”

[Vogue UK, via The Mail]

Just when I start to like Sienna Miller a little bit, she reminds me of why she just rubs me the wrong way. She’s spent the last eight years trying to NOT overshare? FOR REAL? And while I have sympathy for her part in the Hack-gate scandal, it seems disingenuous to plant a vague denial that although she was hacked, the press still got it wrong. Rii-ight. Look, if she wants privacy and she doesn’t want to talk about her life, that’s cool. That’s fine with me. Prove it to me by NOT appearing on a magazine cover when you have nothing to promote but your personal life!

Photos courtesy of Vogue UK.

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  1. Amanda says:

    I hate to sound like Nicki Minaj but I can’t look at Sienna without the words “stupid ho” immediately coming to mind.

  2. normades says:

    I love the picture with the birds.

    I didn’t know she was hacked. Anyone know what they found?

    • Eve says:

      I was going to say the same thing (about the second picture).

      I don’t like her personality but damn, she’s gorgeous.

      • normades says:

        I dislike her so much I have a hard time seeing the pretty.

        The photo is gorge tho.

  3. Gwen says:

    Stoooo-pid. All she wants it privacy and she’s telling that to a magazine where she’s on the cover? Oy..

    • gg says:

      I think she is making an attempt to circumvent future scandal, but it’s a wee bit too little, too late for that.

  4. Jaded says:

    Does ‘everything she’s tried to achieve in the last 8 years’ include countless photos of her prancing around tits-out with Balthazar Getty, just to mention one of her numerous romances?

  5. Aiobhan says:

    This chick is ridiculous. I don’t know that much about her other than her personal life. The only films that I have seen her in are a bad film with James Franco and a better (but still bad) film that she did with Steve Buscemi, where she essentially played herself. So what else does she have to talk about? The Rodarte dress that she is wearing in the second photo is cute though.

  6. Reece says:

    Your personal life is the only thing you’re famous deary.

  7. Neelyo says:

    Stella McCartney needs to be stopped. That dress on the cover is hideous. What is it made of? Old fishnet stockings and pantyhose.

    • gg says:

      It looks like that blue coat and dress ensemble Katy Perry had on the other day. The space-age mesh upholstery look.

  8. HoustonGrl says:

    Can’t stand her. She comes off as a bratty teenager.

  9. Monkey Jim says:

    I really don’t know what she’s done to deserve any of her Vogue covers. I’m not just being facetious – v v pretty yes, but when Vogue goes for actors, you’d expect them to have done something big, or acclaimc movie-wise at least once. Has she, ever? She’s hardly Winslet. I’m sure she’s not the only example, but hey…

  10. Megan says:

    Love the “most of my friends are older than me” line. Nice. Wait a minute, isn’t your baby daddy like 18?

    • T.C. says:

      LOL! You’re right her baby daddy is younger. That was such a bitchy thing to say about her friends. Talk about NOT freaking out about turning 30, you went and got yourself pregnant girlfriend. That of the classic sign of the “oh my gosh I’m turning 30 and my clock is ticking” freak out. This girl is dumber than dumb.

      Vogue why give someone a cover who has nothing to promote but her pregnancy? Couldn’t find any other female celebrity out there doing something? How about Emily Blunt who is promoting her new movie (Salmon fishing in the Yemen) and has some intelligence?

  11. orly says:

    Wow, I’d never have guessed she’s only thirty. This b*tch has been around and looking the same forever. How is that even possible? I thought she was at least 35 by now.

    • Camille (The original) says:

      LOL, so did I.

      Her personality rubs me the wrong way, but do I think she is a pretty woman (her and Jude Law were the ‘epitome’ of a ‘Golden Couple’ (looks wise) to me), however I don’t like the cover or the photo shoot.

  12. NYC_girl says:

    What has she achieved in the last 8 years? I consider sleeping with Jude Law a major achievement. He was the only thing I liked about “Hugo.” Sorry.

  13. Ally says:

    Fact is, many actresses use ad campaigns and magazine covers not as a contractual obligation to promote completed projects, but like Miss Sienna here, to remind moviemakers and casting directors that they exist.