Sadie Frost would ''love'' to get married again.
The 50-year-old actress was married to Spandau Ballet star Gary Kemp from 1988 to 1995 and 'Sherlock Holmes' actor Jude Law from 1997 to 2003 and although neither of those relationships worked out, it hasn't put her off tying the knot again in the future.
She said: ''Yeah, definitely. I would. I'd love to. I really believe in relationships. But to tell you the truth I've got a really busy few months where I'm just focused on work and I'm not really...''
The 'Dracula' star - who claims she's ''not really'' seeing anyone at the moment - insists she feels more ''complete'', having recently turned 50, than she ever has before.
She explained: ''It's funny that you get to this age that is symbolic, that looks quite old, but I just don't [feel it] ... I can do everything that I did in my 20s - but better. Everything. If you're talking about running up a hill, or writing something that's meaningful, engaging in something. I'm more mindful of other people. Everything is more complete.''
Sadie - who has son Finlay with Gary as well as sons Rafferty and Rudy and daughter Iris with Jude - also admitted her sex life has improved.
She added to the Sunday Telegraph newspaper: ''Yeah of course. I mean I can't complain about that either.''
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