Actress Karen Allen hopes her role in the fourth INDIANA JONES movie wins her a new life partner, but she's reconciled to the fact she might live alone for the rest of her life.
The divorced Raiders of the Lost Ark star reprises her role of Marion Ravenwood in the new blockbuster, and she quietly hopes the high-profile part lands her a suitor.
But the 56-year-old actress admits the chances of her finding a mate for the rest of her life are slim.
Allen tells More magazine, "I feel that if I'm going to get involved at this point, I'm looking for a person I'd spend the rest of my life with. And short of that, I honestly like being on my own.
"Every once in a while, I'll see a really romantic movie and think, `Why can't I find somebody like him?' But I'm kind of reconciled to the possibility that I might not."
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