THEY SAID IT

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‘‘ The peo­ple I’d most like us to be like are Emily Blunt and John Krasin­ski – it seemed like one day they were en­gaged and the next day they were mar­ried and no­body had known any­thing about it. I did think, ‘ Aha! That’s the way to do it’.’’ Biel, on how she would like to keep her wed­ding to Tim­ber­lake low- key.

‘‘ I needed to be alone for a while. When you take the time to stand by your­self as an in­de­pen­dent per­son, and you find out that you ac­tu­ally are ca­pa­ble of mov­ing for­ward alone . . . it gives you a lot of strength, a lot of con­fi­dence.’’ Biel on why she and Tim­ber­lake split for a time last year.

‘‘ I don’t know yet. I don’t have ex­pe­ri­ence with that. Com­ing to some bal­ance must be pos­si­ble. Do­ing both very, very good – that seems to be the hard part.’’ Biel on the pos­si­bil­ity of mix­ing kids and a ca­reer in the fu­ture.

‘‘ She is the sin­gle- hand­edly most sig­nif­i­cant per­son in my life. In my 30 years, she is the most spe­cial per­son, OK? I don’t want to say much more, be­cause I have to pro­tect things that are dear to me . . . for in­stance, her.’’ Tim­ber­lake opens up to Van­ity Fair dur­ing the time he and Biel were sep­a­rated.

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