She is hot on the promotional trail for her new movie Ad Astra during Venice Film Festival.
And Liv Tyler proved she was juggling her personal and professional career fantastically as she dished all while serving as the covergirl for October issue of
Liv, 42 – who has been engaged to David Gardner for four years – offered a further insight into their relationship, as she claimed she was in no hurry to get married as it was ‘something she didn’t really desire.’
Liv Tyler, 42, gave a further insight into her long-tern engagement as she served as covergirl for October issue of Tatler, where she put on an impossibly stylish display
Liv and the British sports and entertainment manager, who share four-year-old son Sailor together, have been engaged since 2015.
However, rather than rushing to get married, Liv explained her stance: ‘I love being engaged, but I don’t really have a desire to get married.
‘I always felt like marriage should be more of a reward…For surviving your relationship…I feel everyone’s got it backwards.’
Liv also has a son, Milo, 14, from her relationship with Royston Langdon while David has a son, Grey, 12, from his first marriage.
Since being in a romance with David, Liv has relocated to London, and she wasn’t afraid to note the different social stratification between the UK and US.
Liv and British sports and entertainment manager David Gardner, who share four-year-old son Sailor together, have been engaged since 2015
Liv claimed she was in no hurry to get married as it was ‘something she didn’t really desire’
‘As an American, I find the [British] class system really oppressive. We’re raised that anyone can be anything they want; if you work hard at something, apply yourself, you can come from nothing and have everything.
‘You can also have everything and go to nothing,’ she continued.
Speaking further about the cultural differences between the two countries, she told the publication: ‘It’s such a different country (UK) – it affects even our relationship dynamics. I remember the first time that David called me his missus.
‘I was like, “What? Excuse me? I’m not your missus.” You have to earn that.’
Proving to have fitted into British society with ease with a gaggle of new pals, Liv was also invited to attend the Royal Wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.
‘British class system is oppressive’: Since being in a romance with David, Liv has relocated to London, and she wasn’t afraid to note the different social stratification between the UK and US
‘Sitting in the church was my favourite part of the whole experience… I don’t even have the words to describe how magical it was.
‘And then the protocol of who came in where and went out where, and where we were sitting and how to behave – it was so interesting.
‘And then, once it was over and we got into the party, it was very relaxed and very fun and very playful. Suddenly, everything got very loose and not at all formal,’ she continued.
Liv will next be seen alongside Brad Pitt in the drama fantasy, Ad Astra.
‘Really nice to do a film again’: Liv will next be seen alongside Brad Pitt in the drama fantasy, Ad Astra.
New role: Ad Astra stars Pitt as an astronaut who travels through the solar system searching for his father, a renegade scientist who threatens the future of planet Earth
Speaking of her new role: ‘It was really nice for me to do a film again. I love TV; TV’s been kind to me in the past few years and I’ve found some characters that I really like, but I think in my heart of hearts, I really love making films.’
Ad Astra stars Pitt as an astronaut who travels through the solar system searching for his father, a renegade scientist who threatens the future of planet Earth.
The film is directed by James Gray, who has competed for the Palm d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival on several occasions, including his 2013 film The Immigrant.
See the full feature in the October issue of
Don’t miss: See the full feature in the October issue of Tatler available via digital download and newsstands on Thursday 5th September