AceShowbiz - British actress Sadie Frost is finally moving in with her boyfriend of eight years.
As recently as last year (20), the "Bram Stoker's Dracula" star insisted she would never set up a home with director Darren Strowger, but now world events have made Frost have a change of heart.
The mother-of-four said, "Sometimes things happen that you don't predict. I didn't think there was going to be Brexit, then a pandemic, so I'm making the most of this time."
"(Her youngest son) Rudy really gets on with Darren's son Freddie, and Darren and I have a lot of mutual friends, so it's nice. I am enjoying it for what it is."
However, Frost suggests her new living arrangements in London's Regent's Park won't be permanent. "In a way, I almost feel like I've left home myself and I'm on a gap year," she continued to The Sunday Times Style magazine.
"I'm looking to buy a place in the countryside and I think I will be based out there by this time next year. I have always wanted to have a small farm. I was Googling how to buy a flock of sheep an hour ago."
Sadie appreciates the space she and Darren give one another so she isn't worried about whether or not he'll leave London with her.
"We're both very independent and the relationship works really well for us," she explained. "He's incredibly supportive and understands that I might want to go to India for six months to work on a movie and then hang out in an ashram. I think when you have spent 30 years of your life raising children, and I was married twice, it's nice to have that bit of freedom."
"I'm determined to do what I want to do in life now. I'm not being selfish, but I know what I like and I want to embrace life to the full."
Frost shares Rudy, 18, and siblings Iris, 20, and Rafferty, 24, with her ex-husband Jude Law, while she is also mother to 30-year-old Finlay from her first marriage to Spandau Ballet's Gary Kemp.