I have too much respect for Sean and our two extraordinary children to sell our past joys and woes for public consumption and fodder." That being said, she says she's definitely learned from the demise of their marriage -- particularly, that she's now looking for "kindness" in her relationships.
"I believe we were together not only to have our beautiful children but to learn how to love …
He has a younger brother, Jon, who is also an actor.
for the next time around, the right way," she says.
"And then, what I'm looking for in people now, is kindness." For his part, Penn hasn't been shy about his thoughts on Wright, tellingin January that after two marriages (Penn was also married to Madonna before splitting in 1989), his reported engagement to Charlize Theron would be the only one that mattered.
"I've been so anti-tattoos my whole life," she told in February.
"But doing this felt right because we're not that traditional." She added, too, that they already "felt married" and had "been together ever since the first date," when they went to a poetry recital.
"Ben and I have a connection between us that just feels right," she told the paper.
"I don't know any other word for it." PHOTOS: Couples with big age differences The couple broke things off nine months later, in November, but rekindled their romance after just a few weeks. 11, they looked more in sync than ever, with coordinating black outfits. She was previously wed to Dane Witherspoon and actor Sean Penn, who is now engaged himself to Charlize Theron.
He inspires me to be the best of myself." PHOTOS: Hollywood's Most On-Again/Off-Again Couples "There's so much to learn," she adds. "I'm not in the business of talking about what 'isn't,'" she says about their split.
"My eyes are set forward and I've never been happier.
Robin Wright and Ben Foster are gearing up to walk down the aisle.