Sienna Miller has a new interview with Time Out Chicago to promote her new HBO movie, ‘The Girl’. In the interview, she discusses her life in the public eye, her new baby daughter, and how she’s changed her views on public perception.
Talking about public perception, Miller says, “I used to get stressed out about trying to analyze it and control it. I suppose I stopped worrying about perception. I now have the space at home without that kind of attention to focus on what’s important, which is my family and my work.”
She’s also asked about becoming new parents [along with actor Tom Sturridge] to a baby girl, and replies, “It’s a huge and wonderful change. Your capacity for love increases enormously. I love being a mum, but there’s not an awful lot I want to say publicly about it.”
She also talks about becoming more cautious about what she says online, knowing everything will get twisted for the public - “I’ve had to deal with for a long time being portrayed as a certain thing, and the only way to deal with it is to not fuel it by giving out anything that’s too personal. The interview with you is not just with you, it’s with every online, irresponsible outlet, and things just get taken out of context, and I just, I don’t know. I’m probably really tired and being boring for you. I’m sorry. [Laughs] I’m knackered and jet-lagged. We’re having a horrible interview.”