Anya Taylor-Joy opens up on wanting a normal life with rumored husband Macolm McRae

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The couple is said to have married earlier this year.

And Anya Taylor-Joy has opened up about wanting a normal life with her rumored husband Malcom McRae.

The British-American actress, 26, who is very private about her romance, said the couple “just crave life together.”

Candid: Anya Taylor-Joy wants a normal life with her alleged husband Malcom McRae

They confirmed their relationship at the Vanity Fair Oscars party in late March, but have been dating for over a year.

Speaking to Harper’s Bazaar, Anya spoke about their relationship, saying, “I was really excited by the idea of ​​putting down a toothbrush, knowing I didn’t have to pick it up again.

Unbelievable: Covering Harper's Bazaar, Anya looked stunning in a red off-the-shoulder dress with a black belt to tie her to her slim waist as she straddled a horse

Unbelievable: Covering Harper’s Bazaar, Anya looked stunning in a red off-the-shoulder dress with a black belt to tie her to her slim waist as she straddled a horse

“I haven’t seen that toothbrush for about a year now, but then it felt great. It’s nice to wake up and have breakfast and service the car and figure things out…

“I know that sounds crazy, but that’s what we crave. We just crave life together.’

There are rumors that Anya and boyfriend Malcolm have secretly tied the knot after she was pictured several times in Sydney wearing what appears to be a wedding ring, but has not yet commented on the speculation.

According to Page Six, the couple married in a ceremony at the US courthouse in July.

Anya declined to confirm or deny rumors that she had secretly married her musician boyfriend during an interview with last month’s issue of Vogue Australia.

“I think when people want to say something, they say something,” she said cryptically.

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Covering the Harper’s Bazaar, Anya looked stunning in a red off-the-shoulder dress with a black belt to tie her slim waist as she straddled a horse.

In the interview, she described the importance of making her voice heard in Hollywood and the power to say no.

Relationship: The British-American actress, 26, who is very private about her romance, said the couple 'just crave life together'

Relationship: The British-American actress, 26, who is very private about her romance, said the couple ‘just crave life together’

She said: ‘I’ve always been very candid with my ideas, but there’s definitely a point where, unfortunately, I think it’s embedded in our brains socially to think, maybe it’s not for me to say this, or maybe I should keep quiet for a while and then offer a solution, because I don’t want to cross the line.

“Over the past few years I’ve certainly learned how to say ‘Hey, that’s actually not okay with me’, or ‘You’re not listening to me’ – and I don’t think I would have gotten there if I wasn’t on a was pushed in a way, because I’m a people pleaser by nature. But eventually you get caught so enough that you start to get up and say no.”

Anya gained worldwide recognition when she played her breakthrough role in 2015’s The Witch.

Describing how she developed her work ethic from the film, she said, “It gave me the cornerstones of the way I work now, which is essentially the idea that there’s no hierarchy on set: you work hard, you stick to the top of the and you don’t assume that someone else is going to do that for you.

“Your title doesn’t stop at actor – you’re a creative in this movie, and that’s how you should approach it.”

Despite receiving critical acclaim for her performance, Anya said, “I thought I’d done a really bad job, and I saw myself fail miserably with this dream I’ve had for so long. I don’t think I’m always the best judge of my own work.’

She then starred in other critically acclaimed works, such as her acclaimed portrayal of Beth Harmon in The Queen’s Gambit.

Speaking of developing her character and collaborating with the film’s director, Scott Frank, she said, “I didn’t choose to be a method actor, and I don’t want to be, but I’m noticing. that the more I work, the more that line blurs.

Starring: Anya gained worldwide recognition when she landed her breakthrough role in 2015's The Witch

Starring: Anya gained worldwide recognition when she landed her breakthrough role in 2015’s The Witch

“I immediately saw it all in my head – I knew exactly how to do it. For the audition, I had to swallow the book within an hour, and I physically ran to Scott. I felt Beth very strongly.’

Anya moved from country to country as a child and claims to have prepared her for the demands of the acting industry.

She explained: “I feel like as a child I was given the best training possible for the nomadic nature of this job… Now when people ask me where home is, I say, home is where I’ve slept longer than two nights.’

She also said she considers interviews, photo shoots and red carpet appearances to be creative challenges.

She said: ‘I think I struggle with the idea that people are interested in me as a person, because that’s not what I’m putting out.

‘When I make it about myself, I panic, when it’s an art form, it’s so much easier.

I’m lucky enough to work with people who are as obsessively creative as I am, and we build whole stories together. That’s what makes it fun, because I’m an artist, and making art is all I want to do.’

Anya admitted that she has lived through the “dark experiences” of the film industry, but believes that hard work and kindness prevail.

Artform: She also said she sees interviews, photo shoots and red carpet appearances as creative challenges

Artform: She also said she sees interviews, photo shoots and red carpet appearances as creative challenges

She said, “I think everything has an equal measure of light and dark. I’ve certainly lived through the dark experiences of it – but I find that, in terms of long-game strategy, kindness will come true.

“If you work hard and are good to people, they will want to keep working with you, and then another door will open.”

She also talked about how she decides which projects to work on, explaining, “It’s really hard for me to say no because I always want to do everything.”

But she added: ‘But I’m lucky enough to be able to ask myself, are you passionate enough about this to live seven months around the world, away from everyone you know and love? Will that support you? And if the answer is yes, you should probably do it.’

Read the full interview in the December/January issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, on ​​sale November 11.