Kate Beckinsale revealed she’s torn between having more children and enjoying her freedom and ‘getting annihilated’.
The 45-year-old actress posed for a shoot and interview for
On whether she would have another child, she said: ‘I definitely would, but then I think “Oh God, I annihilated my twenties and I suddenly get a taste of freedom and annihilate myself again?’” But I am open to seeing what happens…’
Kate Beckinsale, 45, told Tatler she’s torn between ‘having another child’ or ‘getting annihilated’ just weeks after THAT steamy romp with Jack Whitehall
Close: Kate and Jack were kissing and hugging during a drunken night out at Blind Dragon nightclub in LA before heading back to a hotel
Kate also admitted she hasn’t always been quite as wild as revealed she was voted ‘sixth most boring person’ at her college.
She told the publication: ‘I didn’t like drinking vodka out of a welly. In fact, I didn’t drink at all, which meant there was no real chance of getting into my knickers – so what was the point of me? I was deeply unpopular.’
The Underworld star had a daughter Lily, now 19, with long-term partner Michael Sheen (they split in 2003).
She married and divorced director Len Wiseman (their divorce was finalised in 2016).
Now she’s a cover girl: Kate also admitted she hasn’t always been quite as wild as revealed she was voted ‘sixth most boring person’ at her college
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And discussing her love life, she said: ‘When you get divorced, everybody waits to see where you land. But I might not land anywhere for a bit. I’m really quite happy: it’s quite nice to have a bit of Virginia Woolf time.’
Kate’s images for the magazine were shot in a rose-pink Bel Air mansion in her adopted home of Los Angeles.
In one image, styled by Tatler Fashion Director Sophie Pera, she wears a black feather dress by Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood, a diamond necklace by De Beers and not much else.
In another, she’s posing on a balcony in a Ralph Lauren wool tuxedo jacket and Giorgio Armani trousers, with jewels by Cartier and Chopard.
Chic: Kate poses on a balcony in a Ralph Lauren wool tuxedo jacket and Giorgio Armani trousers, with jewels by Cartier and Chopard
She denies that she’s any sort of diva, admitting however, that it is easy to be branded as such.
She said: ‘All it used to take was somebody to say you were difficult or crazy. Not just me, other people too.
‘There are some people who are a nightmare, who keep everyone waiting for five hours and suddenly decide they need to have a llama on set or they can’t come.
‘But the ones I know who pull that kind of behaviour are men. It’s not every guy you can become platonic friends with – some people’s girlfriends aren’t really into that, or sometimes there might be a weird vibe.’
Read the full interview in the January issue of Tatler, on newsstands December 3.