Sienna Miller buying daughter a rocking horse for Christmas
Sienna Miller is going to buy her daughter a rocking horse for Christmas.
The 34-year-old actress has been thinking about what four-year-old Marlowe – her child with her former partner Tom Sturridge – would love as a gift and has decided the traditional toy is the thing to get her to put a smile on her face when December 25th rolls around.
Speaking to Vogue Australia, Sienna said: "For my daughter, maybe a rocking horse would be nice. That just came to me … My favorite Christmas memory was last year when for the first time my daughter was aware of what Christmas was and she saw her stocking at the end of her cot."
Although she has a present plan for Marlowe, the ‘Foxcatcher’ star admits she leaves everything to the last minute when it comes to present shopping and is the sort of person you will see "crying in a department store" on Christmas Eve.
Sienna – who stars in the 2016 Burberry Festive Film – admitted: "I love getting pajamas – I buy people what I like to get. I gave everybody pajamas last year that were really beautiful and I think make women feel kind of special … But honestly I’m that person on Christmas Eve who’s running around crying in a department store. So I end up being wildly overgenerous because it’s last minute. I’m good at giving gifts, but I’m not organized."
The blonde beauty’s favorite thing about the holiday season is that she gets a chance to take a break from her career and reconnect with her family.
Sienna likes nothing more than slipping into a comfortable set of pajamas and relaxing with her loved ones, even though they would prefer it if she dressed up.
She shared: "My favorite thing about Christmas is it being a time of year when everybody reconnects and gets back together and it’s an excuse to eat food all day which I love. I very rarely get out of my pajamas for Christmas, much to the chagrin of my family, and this Christmas will be no different, except I’ll be dressed in my brand new Burberry silk pajamas, which means I can run out to the shops or the pub and not be ashamed to be seen."