Hilary Duff Covers ‘Cosmopolitan’ Magazine

Courtesy of Cosmopolitan
Courtesy of Cosmopolitan

Hilary Duff is on the cover of the Cosmopolitan for its April issue. During her interview, the singer-actress openly addressed her recent divorce from Mike Comrie, Aaron Cater, and her music career. Duff stated that she and Comrie were really in love when they first met, and they really wanted to get married. Although she was only 22 years old when she got married, Duff believed her decision was the right one at that time. “I’d been working since the age of 11 or 12, so making that choice at a young age seemed right for me. Maybe it wasn’t, but we spent the majority of our time together really happy,” she told Cosmopolitan

As the years went by, Duff said she and Comrie realized they were not a good match for each other. Now that Duff is single, the singer-actress had a revelation about marriage. “I don’t want to sound bitter because I’m definitely not, but I don’t know if people are meant to be together forever,” Duff stated. She believes that things happen over the course of a relationship that just can’t be fixed. Duff does acknowledge that couples in twenty year relationships had to make huge sacrifices, in order to make the relationship work. In the end, Duff said she just wants to be happy, and she will always fight for happiness.

The singer also spoke about writing her song, “All About You,” which she called a freeing experience because she was in a dark period at the time. “I wrote that song for a reason! I’ve enjoyed myself. I think everyone should have something where you know it’s not exactly what you’re looking for, but you just have a wicked good time,” Duff told Cosmopolitan. She added, “That was really freeing for me and a bit of an awakening. It’s fun to have a secret.” 

Of course the magazine asked Duff what she felt about her ex-boyfriend, Aaron Carter, declaring his love for her on social media. “Him reaching out through social media? It’s ridiculous! But then people do it all the time, like Chris Brown and Karrueche,” Duff stated. Duff and Carter dated off-and-on for two years, and they finally ended their relationship permanently in 2003. Despite Carter’s undying love for her, Duff stated she is not focused on love right now. The singer-actress is currently promoting her new television series, Younger, which will make its TV Land debut on March 31st. Duff also revealed she is working on a new album. Her last studio album, Dignity, was released in 2007. Check out Hilary Duff’s entire Cosmopolitan feature, when the April issue hits newsstands on March 10th.

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