Rachel Weisz has opened up about her whirlwind marriage to Daniel Craig, revealing they have known each other for years after meeting at university while in their twenties.
The British actress hit headlines in June (11) when she married the James Bond star in a secret ceremony in New York after just a few months of dating.
The couple has since remained tight-lipped about the romance, but Weisz has now revealed she has known her new husband since they attended Britain's prestigious Cambridge University together.
They became friends while performing in a play called Les Grandes Horizontales, which was produced by Weisz's university drama group.
She tells U.K. magazine Stella, "We have actually known each other a long time, since our early twenties," but she refuses to reveal any details about their marriage, adding: "I'm sorry. I'm a newlywed. I'm still a blushing bride and it's really private. I can't tell you anything. Come back to me later."
However, Weisz does dismiss rumours suggesting she has given up drinking because she is pregnant, adding, "I do drink wine. I read that I wasn't drinking alcohol because I was pregnant. It's not true... Oh my Lord, I was asked (if I'd like children with Craig) recently by a journalist and I think I said, 'You never know,' and it was turned into something else entirely. I'm not complaining, I am just realising that anything I say..."