There’s no talk of a reunion here but apparently, Guy Ritchie is still very much in love with Madonna. In a recent interview, the London director spoke about his feelings for his ex-wife and swooned and swooned about the pop star’s physical capabilities, saying that Madonna could out-dance and out-move any 23-year-old. He also talked about how hard the divorce was for him and that apparently, people were telling him to just get over it. The interview comes from Contact Music,
“Guy Ritchie has revealed he has struggled to cope with his divorce from Madonna, and admits he still loves her.
Guy Ritchie says he still loves “retarded” Madonna.
The British film director has deep feelings for his ex-wife – who he split from last year after almost eight years of marriage – and admits he has found the separation extremely difficult.
He said: “Here you go: I still love her. Of course, but she’s retarded, too.
“You can’t tell someone when they’re getting divorced that their pain is an illusion. I’m f***ing telling you, I feel it. I’ve been through that… No one can say you don’t feel that.”
The 41-year-old star – who raises three children with Madonna – also hugely admires the 51-year-old singer’s work ethic.
He added to Esquire magazine: “She’s a manifester, if there ever was one. First-rate manifester. Madonna makes things happen. Put Madonna up against any 23-year-old, she’ll outwork them, outdance them and outperform them.”
Guy insists he never thought of her as a superstar when they were together, because to him she was just the woman he was in love with.”
So I guess all those harsh words about marriage contracts and her ‘wrinkled and withered body’ were just comments made in the heat of the moment. The very fact that Guy is being so generous after the foolish way Madonna handled their divorce. She was the one cavorting with 20-year-olds and she was the one who was having flings with famous baseball players, probably even before they were married. This just goes to show that Guy Ritchie is too big of a man, and too good of a man, to be strapped to that wrinkled and withering body for the rest of his life.