Rachel Weisz hasn't learnt to cook or become a ''domestic goddess'' since marrying Daniel Craig.
The 'Bourne Legacy' actress is ''extremely happy'' being the wife of the James Bond actor - who she tied the knot with in June 2011 - but she hasn't taken on anymore culinary duties or become a domestic goddess since becoming a wife for the first time.
She said: ''I love being married to Daniel. It's a wonderful feeling of stability and it's very grounding. I mean, it hasn't made me more domestic or anything - just being married doesn't suddenly make you able to cook - but I am very happy right now. Extremely happy, in fact.''
Rachel was previously in a long-term relationship with director Darren Aronofsky - with whom she has a six-year-old son, Henry - for eight years and they even got engaged in 2005, but the brunette beauty admits they just never found enough time to get married.
The 42-year-old star quipped to Britain's HELLO! magazine: ''I was living in sin. We did talk about getting married, how we'd do it, what kind of ceremony we'd have, but somehow we never found the time to make up our minds and actually tie the knot.''