If there's anything I've learned from Sex and the City the movie, it's that while some of us consider infidelity a deal breaker, others think it's a mistake that can be forgiven. I also learned that not wearing a bra is totally acceptable if you're rich and successful.
Katherine Heigl seems to agree with that idea (the cheating one, not the bra thing), because in the latest UK Cosmopolitan issue, she opened up about her marriage of four years.
“Josh and I always said that cheating would be a deal breaker; there is no second chance,” Heigl said about her husband, Josh Kelley. “But I've seen friends and acquaintances go through it and they've found a way back to the relationship, and a way to forgive each other.”
But don't get any ideas, Mr. Heigl. No Hard Rock hot tubs for you:
“As much as I would kill him if he cheated because it would destroy me, I have started to question whether, if a mistake were to be made and it was a one-time thing, I would forgive him.”
Hear that? Your wife might forgive you, but your murder is also a possibility.
“Because look at the life we've built together. We have history, we have a child...But at the same time, it would be really hard to ever fully trust that person again.”
Heigl married the country music singer in 2007, and the two have adopted a daughter from South Korea. That's the good Korea, not the communist one with the Elvis impersonator for President.
“I just knew I was going to do it. I addressed it with Josh before we were even engaged,” Heigl said of the adoption.
Adoption really is an admirable option. Because there are so many kids out there who are in desperate need of good, healthy homes. And also, you don't have to ruin your body.
And speaking of her body, Heigl says she hates working out, so she doesn't even bother trying to look like other celebs.
“'I was 20lbs heavier and wanted to look like those girls with fantastically beautiful bodies like Jennifer Aniston or Jessica Alba, but I just couldn't lose the weight. It's only now that I realize how hard those girls work for their bodies, and what level of commitment they make to do that. I'm too lazy and I like food and I like my free time too much to spend it working out!"