Courtney Love admits her marriage to Kurt Cobain ''wasn't fun'' and they had a ''bad'' time together.
The Hole singer admits her two-year marriage to the Nirvana rocker - who committed suicide 20 years ago - wasn't ''very fun'' because they both struggled with drug addiction and had no one to help them.
Asked if she looks back on their time together with fondness, Courtney - who has 21-year-old daughter Frances with Kurt - said: ''It was bad. It wasn't very fun. It should have been fun. But I can barely remember it because people didn't take care of us.''
And the 'Malibu' hitmaker thinks Kurt's death has been much harder for their daughter to cope with than for her, as Frances has ''no memories'' of the musician.
She told The Daily Telegraph newspaper: ''It's hard for me, but I think it's much harder for Frances. She has no memories of her father. Not one. So that sucks.''
The 49-year-old star has had ''great loves'' since Kurt died and thinks she should have married again, though she doesn't think she would ever change with someone else.
She said: ''It was twenty years ago. I've had great loves since Kurt. I probably should have married again. But I couldn't put my tiara and my little slip dress in a box and go and be Mrs Somebody who used to be Courtney Love.''
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