This Article is From Mar 01, 2012

Rachel Mcadams stays friends with exes

Rachel Mcadams stays friends with exes

Highlights

  • The Notebook star Rachel McAdams likes to stay friends with her ex-boyfriends because she has learned something from all of them.
  • The 33-year-old actress, who has been in a relationship with Michael Sheen for 18 months, is still friendly with her former partners, which include Ryan Gosling and Josh Lucas, because of the things they have taught her, reported Hello magazine.
  • "Am I still friends with my old boyfriends? Yes, absolutely. There's no one who's ever been significantly in my life for whom I don't have a sort of tenderness because they helped to shape who I am," McAdams said.
  • "However long someone is in your life, they're there to teach us something and I try to make the most of any relationship," she added.
  • The beauty values humour most in a boyfriend and she thinks it is particularly important to be able to laugh at problems.
  • "First and foremost, a sense of humour is attractive. You can have passion, you can have interests in common and all the other good things. But if it's to be a long-term relationship, then you're going to need something to get you through the trials and tribulations," she said.
London: The Notebook star Rachel McAdams likes to stay friends with her ex-boyfriends because she haslearned something from all of them.

The 33-year-old actress, who has been in a relationship with Michael Sheen for 18 months, is still friendly with herformer partners, which include Ryan Gosling and Josh Lucas, because of the things they have taught her, reported Hellomagazine.

"Am I still friends with my old boyfriends? Yes, absolutely. There's no one who's ever been significantly in mylife for whom I don't have a sort of tenderness because they helped to shape who I am," McAdams said.

"However long someone is in your life, they're there to teach us something and I try to make the most of anyrelationship," she added.

The beauty values humour most in a boyfriend and she thinks it is particularly important to be able to laugh atproblems.

"First and foremost, a sense of humour is attractive. You can have passion, you can have interests in common and all theother good things. But if it's to be a long-term relationship, then you're going to need something to get you through thetrials and tribulations," she said.
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