Forgive and forget? British model and actress Liberty Ross may have divorced her director husband Rupert Sanders following his fling with actress Kristen Stewart two years ago, but time has apparently healed the wounds. On Wednesday, The Hollywood Gossip posted excerpts from Ross’ interview with Harper’s Bazaar UK in which she reveals she has moved on from the drama.
"It's amazing what two years does," Ross told the magazine. While she officially split from Sanders 18 months after photos surfaced of him kissing Stewart during the filming of “Snow White and the Huntsman,” today she says that that everyone – including her two kids and her ex-- are doing well.
"People need to learn to forgive," Ross said. "I have no problem with anyone involved. I'm completely compassionate, I really am. No life is perfect, we all have our problems and issues and I believe that it's good to be true to who you are."
Although she didn't mention Stewart by name, Ross, who is currently dating music mogul and former “American Idol” mentor Jimmy Iovine, seems to have forgiven the actress for the high profile affair two years ago. But back when the affair scandal broke, some celebs slammed Stewart, who was dating “Twilight” actor Robert Pattinson at the time.
Stewart’s “Snow White and the Huntsman” co-star Charlize Theron was reportedly “fuming” over news of the affair. According to Radar Online, Theron is close friends Ross, and a source said her co-workers’ fling put her in a “difficult position.”
And “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville, whose ex-husband Eddie Cibrian cheated on her with (and later married) country music star LeAnn Rimes, tweeted: “I'm not happy with this K stew BS. 2 close to home. Same story, friends with the wife and kids...” Glanville later updated her post with: “Home-wreckers come in pairs #ittakes2.''
As for “The Huntsman” sequel that’s currently in the works, Stewart was not cast in the upcoming Universal film. Sanders is out too, according to Cinemablend, and writer-director Frank Darabont (“Walking Dead”) will take over.