Hollywood Actress, Charlize Theron Teases Fans With Marriage Speculation

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Charlize Theron is making it clear that we’re never going to hear any wedding bells as she

recently opened up about her personal life, including why marriage is not important to her.

Speaking to Howard Stern on his SiriusXM radio show, the award-winning American-South African actress and mother of two

adopted children candidly spoke about her life raising daughters and explained her

reasons behind never wanting to tie the knot

She said: ‘I’ve never wanted to get married. That’s never been something that’s important to me.’ 

When Stern suggested that she wants a ‘love in her life’ as ‘you get lonely as a woman’, Theron hit back by saying her

children are enough. ‘I have two great little loves of my life right now. Life is filled with

love… I have never been lonely, I have never felt alone.’

Since adopting eldest child Jackson in March 2012, followed by August, 4, in July 2015,

Charlize couldn’t imagine adding the role of “wife” due to her hectic schedule.

“My life right now doesn’t allow room for something like that [a romantic relationship] to

happen … but there’s not this need that drives me [to find love],” the Mad MaxFury Road

star continued. “I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to live with someone else again, to be perfectly frank.”

Theron joked that if she were to ever open herself up to love, “they might have to buy the

house next” door because she still isn’t sure she can fully commit. “I don’t know if I’m going

to be able to f—king deal with that ever again,” she quipped. “I’m too old for that s—t.”

The actress also shutdown old reports that she was engaged to her ex-boyfriend Sean

Penn, who she dated from 2014 to 2015: ‘That’s not true. I did not almost get married to

Sean, that’s such bullsh*t.

“We dated and then we didn’t date anymore. It was a relationship for sure, we were

definitely exclusive. It was for barely a year, it was for barely a year, he never moved in, I

was never going to marry him, it was nothing like that.”

Sebastiane Ebatamehi

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