It makes me sick that—in 2015!!!—unfettered access to the thoughts, feelings, and desires of those we know from television, film, and photograph is still—somehow??!—out of reach. It is unacceptable. Luckily, in a recent interview with Express, Kate Bosworth let us know what she thinks about her husband.
(She likes him.) From Express:
“I just couldn’t imagine being with anyone else. It hasn’t diminished at all, we love living and working together. I feel more confident with him. Outside of being his wife, I’ve been a fan of his work long before I knew him. I’m confident he won’t let me fall. We both love football and I feel like he’s the quarterback and I’m the receiver. He knows I’m going to make the play and I know he is going to make the play. It’s a dream team – there is so much safety and confidence. He pushes me harder than anyone else and makes me stretch myself.”
We both love football and I feel like he’s the quarterback and I’m the receiver. He knows I’m going to make the play and I know he is going to make the play. It’s a dream team – one of us writes down the play in our play notebook, the other one looks at it, and we don’t even need to say a word. We nod at each other and our football helmets clank together and we say at the same time “HUT, HUT—HIKE!” We know that each of us will make our way down the football field, tossing the football to each other the whole way, before finally approaching the end zone. He knows I’m going to make it to the end zone and I know he’s going to make it to the end zone and once we’re nearly there I wrap myself around the football, he takes both of us in his arms, and we get a touchdown.
That’s just love, baby.