Reese Witherspoon and Jake Gyllenhaal have been together for a little over a year and half (which is like 5 years in Hollywood relationship time), but the power couple isn't heading in the direction of the altar anytime soon.
In an interview for Parade magazine's November 23 issue, the Oscar-winning actress, who split from her husband of seven years, Ryan Phillippe, in 2006, revealed that she has no intentions of marrying Gyllenhaal in the near future. "Obviously, I'm not far enough out of being married to think about doing it again."
Witherspoon, 32, explained to the magazine that she wasn't good about protecting herself during the time she was with Phillippe. "I spent a lot of my 20s just trying to make other people happy, rather than trying to figure out if doing that made me happy." She also noted how the divorce was "hard to reconcile with," but at the same time hopes she has "learned something from it and won't make the same choices again."
Despite Witherspoon's desire to hold off on tying the knot, she expressed that while relationships change, "your ability to love remains intact. Oh, I have a lot of hope for love! I do!"