Russell Brand Offers Surprising New Comments About His Marriage With Katy Perry

Russell Brand has had a past history of not saying the most plesant things about his ex-wife Katy Perry and their marriage, but in recent times, it seems that he is singing a different tune.

Upon doing an interview with John Bishop on the W Channel this week, when asked about former wife, he admits he has positive feelings toward her these days.

“Katy was obviously very, very occupied and very busy. I was very occupied and very busy—not to the same degree, I recognize,” he recalled of their relationship. “But it meant, I think, that [for] the sanctimony of marriage , which is a very private thing really…I supposed we perhaps—intuitively or explicitly I don’t know—understood that we better protect this thing.”

He continued, “The marriage didn’t last for a very long time, and I think that is to do with the undulated nature of fame and that, living in those conditions and what was happening.”

Even though they went through a tumultuous time, he admits he still acknowledges what they once shared.”But I have come away from that experience,” Brand said. “I still feel very warm towards her. I feel like, when I hear about her or see her, ‘Awe, there’s that person. There’s that person in the world.'”

He continued, “I sort of recognize it as a part of my life that was for a clearly delineated piece of time.”
In the past, Brand deemed his life/marriage with Perry as “detesting” and Perry as a “vapid, vacuous celebrity” before they divorced after 14 months.While Brand has often mocked the marriage, meanwhile Katy Perry has been open about the heartbreak she suffered after it.

“He’s a very smart man, a magical man and I was in love with him when I married him. Let’s just say I haven’t heard from him since he texted me saying he was divorcing me December 31, 2011,” she previously shared.


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