Miller's 'heart set on English country wedding'

Miller's 'heart set on English country wedding'

Sienna Miller reportedly wants to marry Jude Law in the English countryside.

The actress and the actor - who have been together for around nine months after rekindling their romance - are trying to decide where to tie the knot.

Although Law is keen to marry abroad, Miller seemingly has her heart set on a big ceremony in England.

A source said: “They are very happy and want to get married. But they are still undecided about where to tie the knot. She loves the idea of an English country wedding, but Jude wants as much privacy as possible and thinks a small wedding abroad would be better.”

Miller was recently seen walking around Vaudelnay in the Loire Valley - where Jude's parents live - holding a "wedding file", leading to speculation that would be the location for the big day.

The pair have previously been engaged but ended their relationship in 2005 after it was revealed Law was having an affair with his children's nanny Daisy Wright. They reunited in October 2009.

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