Kate Beckinsale thinks married couples & # 39; would do well & # 39; living apart


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Kate Beckinsale It is a healthy life, both in your relationships and in your nutrition.

The actress was revealed as the cover star of January / February 2020 of Women's health On Wednesday, and in his cover interview, he revealed the unique things he learned that he needs to feel happy and healthy.

Among that list is a strict rule without caffeine and sugar, but when it comes to relationships, she has an interesting opinion about what married couples might be doing to make sure things stay well. (He recently completed his divorce from Len Weisman after a separation in 2015 and 11 years of marriage, so he knows one or two things about married life).

As he told the store, "I think more people would do well if they didn't have to live in the same house." The love part, according to the Underworld Alum, it's fine. But she feels that living together is what seals the destiny of many marriages.

"Being married is easy," said Beckinsale, 46. "But living with the person is a lot."

Part of the inconvenience of living with your spouse, he added, is the pressure many women feel to accommodate people. "I also think especially for women, and this is becoming widespread," said the star. "But I think it is common for us to mentally subjugate our needs to anyone in the room. So, if you have a husband, boyfriend, children or parents, it is very easy to get an idea of ​​who you are,quot; I would like to do, and then finish by saying: & # 39; Oh no, no, no, it's fine & # 39; ".

Now that she's single, she's free of that feeling. As he admitted, "And it's quite nice not always to have to negotiate that."

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Beckinsale is not alone in this belief.

During the first 10 months of your marriage, Gwyneth Paltrowand American horror story co-creator Brad Falchuk They did not live together full time. As he told the UK outlet The sunday times In June, Falchuk slept four nights a week at his home. When the children of Falchuk, Brody and Isabella, they were with him, he would sleep in his own house. And the Avengers Star said it was a wonderful setup for them.

"Oh, all my married friends say the way we live sounds ideal and we shouldn't change anything," Paltrow said. They finally moved together full time in August.

Maybe these three are in something here. And while the Shake Star has particular opinions about marriage, is perfectly happy with her fun and single life.

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His previous adventure with Pete Davidson made headlines due to the age gap of 20 years between the two stars. Speaking in a general sense about relationships, the Pearl harbor alum admitted that people who speak en masse about their private life are stressed.

"If everyone is bothering you," he said, "it can make you a bit ugh for a minute, especially if there really isn't anything wrong. If you're strangling a squirrel or hurting someone, I understand, but living one's life in a reasonably respectful way you should not invite anyone to get too excited. " Fair enough.

When it comes to criticism of their relationships, Beckinsale admitted that he feels a little rebellious on that front.

"It can be a political act a bit to be a woman over 32 who has fun at all," he said.

"And with that," he continued, "I don't mean to use drugs, drink and have fun, because I never am, but to be silly, to go out and not to go & # 39; Omigod, I'm going to sit at home and anticipate menopause while knitting the crochet. Unless you're doing that, it seems somehow risky, which is a bit ridiculous for me. "

Basically, she will continue to do what she wants. (And why shouldn't she?)

As she stated: "I witness that men constantly do what they want, whether in relationships or deciding to buy a motorcycle and get a tattoo. It has not been interpreted as,quot; Why have you not had more children? "o‘ Are you ever going to decide to become a father? or ‘Why have you had so many girlfriends?"

Live your best single life, girl.

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