Ruth Wilson has no interest in having a white wedding and doesn't dream of being a blushing bride like most women.
Ruth Wilson has no interest in having a white wedding.
The 34-year-old British actress has recently been romantically linked to her 'The Affair' co-star Joshua Jackson, a suggestion she has scoffed at.
But whichever man does win her heart they had better not expect Ruth to walk down the aisle as a blushing bride as she hates the idea of donning a traditional gown to say her vows.
In an interview with the December 2016 issue of Marie Claire magazine, she said: ''I hate the thought of walking down the aisle in a white dress - I think it's just a horrible idea. And I'm just not that excited by the idea of a wedding day, or of a ring on my finger. I'm not even interested in jewellery.''
Somebody who does want Ruth to find love and settle down is her dad Nigel Wilson, who is an investment banker.
The 'How to Talk to Girls at Parties' star - whose mother Mary was a probation officer - admits her father wants her to have a family and a good husband who will take care of her, even though she insists she can look after herself.
She explained: ''I think my dad just wants me to be looked after, you know? I tell him that I am pretty good at looking after myself, but I get it ... I think, if you've got a great family, you fear they will be more disappointed by your choices than they probably will be in reality.''
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