In winter I separate, in the summer I marry: Vanessa Paradis
Vanessa Paradis made some cryptic comments about the status of her relationship, as she is rumoured to have been going through a split with Johnny Depp.entertainment Updated: Jan 25, 2012 18:59 IST
Vanessa Paradis made some cryptic comments about the status of her relationship, as she is rumoured to have been going through a split with Johnny Depp.
After attending the premiere of her new movie Cafe de Flore in Paris alone, Paradis refused to confirm whether or not the two of them had parted ways.
The 39-year-old actress, who has two children with Depp, kept it incredibly vague when she was questioned about the reports on French radio station Europe 1.
“You know, when I eat three peas, I’m pregnant. When I visit a city, I’m buying a house,” the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.
“In the winter I separate, in the summer I marry. It’s been fifteen years since I’ve been getting married every year. In addition I have to answer all these rumours!” she said.
There was no sign of Depp, who has been in a relationship with Paradis for the past 14 years, at the cinema in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, or their two children, Lily-Rose, 12, and Jack, nine, who are all believed to be in Los Angeles.
Reporters were instructed by one of her PRs ‘not to ask personal questions’ as she posed with co-star Marin Gerrier and director Jean-Marc Vallie at the premiere.
Paradis cut a lonely figure but held her head high as she posed up for photographers at the event.
It has been alleged that the pair have been living separate lives and their relationship has been rocky for quite some time.
But Paradis has hinted at the strains of her relationship crisis while promoting her latest film, in which she plays a single mother.
The actress, who did not refer to Depp by name, claimed she didn’t believe in marriage or soulmates because ‘if you lose your soulmate everything is done for’.
“Cafe De Flore speaks of love, its joys, its pains and its dramas - to love and to lose. This story upset me, I was upside-down, in the depths of myself,” she said.
“The idea of a soulmate is beautiful and very romantic to talk about it in a movie or a song, but in reality, I find it scary,” she added.