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Monday, July 23, 2007
British film star Sienna Miller pleaded with her parents to get her admitted into a boarding school when she was just eight. The Factory Girl actor, who did her schooling in Berkshire, England, said that her parents were really supportive of her decision.
"I was really young to make the decision, but my parents are amazing people and let me go there," Contactmusic quoted Miller as saying.
The 25-year-old admitted that initially, she felt terribly homesick, and that it 'was tough'. She, however, added, that after a month, she began loving the place and had the 'best time' of her school life there.
"Obviously, at eight, you can't really make a life decision, so as soon as I got there, I was terribly homesick, and it was tough. But I stuck it out, and after a month of being miserable, I started to love it. I had the best time there," she said.