The Hollywood actress reveals that she plans to leave the spotlight, hoping to have a peaceful life in the countryside with 'chickens, a vegetable garden and a John Deere tractor.'
Hollywood actress Liv Tyler longs to swap her glamorous life in Los Angeles for a peaceful existence in the countryside. The "Armageddon" star moved from New York to L.A. following her split from husband Royston Langdon in 2008 - but admits she would love to abandon the city and buy a farm in the country.
She tells Britain's Elle magazine, "Before I die I want to live on a farm with chickens, a vegetable garden and a John Deere tractor." And the 32 year old reveals her ambition was inspired by her pal, fashion designer Stella McCartney, after spending time at her house in Gloucestershire, England.
She adds, "A great night in? Stella McCartney's house in the country. Once our kids are asleep it's 'grab the wine' and take turns to talk boys and husbands."