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Sienna Miller recently gave an interview to Vogue, in which she opened up both about having her heart broken by Jude Law, and about her recent relationship with still-married Balthazar Getty. Will this interview make us forget that infamous photo of Sienna Miller cavorting topless with Getty on a boat while wearing that ridiculous sailor hat? Absolutely not. Will it make us think that she has slightly more depth than we’d originally given her credit for? Stranger things have happened…

Sienna Miller revealed that shortly after the media storm erupted over her relationship with Getty, a friend of hers suggested she start therapy. Explained Miller, “She took me out to lunch – funnily enough to a restaurant called Balthazar, which I thought was hilarious, but she never commented on the irony of that – and she said, ‘You’ve been through hell, and you need to talk about it with someone.’ I got to the point where I was doing things that I didn’t necessarily think I was capable of as a person. And I wanted to be conscious of my actions. I think I was really naive and trusting and thinking that if you are true to yourself, that’s enough, that’s the best way to be. But actually, it’s important to become more conscious.”

Well, that sort of sounds like a dressed up way of saying, “I was an idiot,” right? We think so. But maybe we just really want to give Sienna Miller the benefit of the doubt.

As for her relationship with Jude Law, which famously came to a crashing end when it was revealed he’d cheated on her with his nanny, Miller said, “It’s a private moment when you get your heart broken for the first time, and that was the absolute antithesis of private. It couldn’t have been more public! I had people on the street being like, ”Ang in there, loov!’ and all you want to do is crawl into a cave and weep for a week. I think I discovered a whole new emotional depth that I didn’t have access to before.”

Now she just has to channel that depth into something worthwhile…and hopefully, it won’t be something married.