They were friends for years before their relationship grew into love, leading them to tie the knot in 2011.

But Rachel Weisz confessed it was never an 'ambition' of hers to marry until she met Daniel Craig, in a new interview with ES Magazine.
The actress, 47, revealed she was 'very independent' in her youth and had even struggled to watch romantic films, before love just 'happened' one day with the actor, 49.
Rachel proved her striking natural beauty as she posed for the magazine - stripping to just a bathrobe and sporting minimal make-up in one smouldering shot.
Channeling a more retro vibe, she later changed into an orange and brown roll neck as she draped herself across an equally garish sofa for another stunning shot.
Embarking on an honest chat with the magazine, Rachel reflected on her 'private' relationship with James Bond star Daniel - and confessed she never thought she would marry at all.
Speaking of their romance, she said: 'It’s very personal, it’s very private. I don’t think mine’s particularly exceptional apart from that we’re both in the public eye.
'But I never thought I would get married. It was not an ambition of mine. It was the opposite.'
The star even struggled with the concept of romance in pop culture before Daniel came along, suddenly but 'happily'.
She said: 'I couldn’t relate to romantic comedies — marriage seems to be the whole point of them. Then it just happened, happily, at a more mature moment.’
Daniel and Rachel had been friends for years before they worked together on psychological thriller Dream House in 2010.
Portraying an on-screen couple, they began dating that year and went on to tie the knot in New York in 2011 - but have remained fiercely private about their romance since.
However, the Constantine star added her original views on love had stemmed from a desire for independence as a young girl - which led her to start modelling at the age of 14.
She reflected: 'I wanted to be very independent, I was trying to earn my own money and, at the time, it seemed quite glamorous, like it woRachel also addressed Hollywood's recent sexual abuse scandal - and how common harassment is in the industry.
She spoke of her friend and actress Sophie Dix, who came forward last year and claimed Harvey Weinstein had assaulted her aged 22, in a hotel room at The Savoy.
Revealing Sophie has been open about the incident for years, Rachel expressed her belief that figures such as the shamed producer can only be brought down when in a lesser position of power.

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