Sienna Miller and Jude Law… Again

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bill-swift - April 25, 2006

Wow, my head is really starting to hurt with this whole Sienna Miller / Jude Law thing. I mean, just last week, Sienna was back in New York hanging out with some model guy, and now she's in L.A. hanging out with Jude and his kids, reports Sky News.

The former golden couple have been seen hanging out together again.

Rest easy, the engagement ring is not yet back on Sienna's finger or anything like that... but the twosome were snapped in both Malibu and Santa Monica on a family day out.

Together with Jude's kids, they were seen leaving a cinema and getting into Jude's car - splitting up when they spotted the photographer.

Also with them was a nanny - although it has to be said that, bless her, she isn't as young (or nubile) as THAT nanny.

According to Page Six though, Sienna wants to keep a bit of room between herself and Jude.

She's determined to stay independent and is moving from her and Law's home base, London, to New York. "She wants to buy an apartment there," said a friend. Miller was spotted last week checking out an apartment in Harrison Ford's building in Chelsea.

Either way, it's clear she's completely dysfunctional in the relationship department. Of course, it was probably just their publicists' idea. I'm sure they were getting jealous of all the attention being put on Tomkat and Brangelina. I can't believe I just used the words Tomkat and Brangelina. I need a shower.

And check out more pictures of Sienna Miller, Jude Law and the kids after the jump (courtesy of Jared).

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