Hilary Duff Questions Lifelong Monogamy Following Divorce & Her Words On The Topic Are Admirably Honest

Hilary Duff continues to be one of the most well-adjusted kid stars turned adults. There have never really been any tabloid controversies surrounding her, and even in the midst of her most public affairs — like when she announced her separation from husband Mike Comrie last year — Duff maintains her composure and class. In the year that followed the separation, Duff has been open in sharing the struggles of handling her separation in the public eye, and things came to a head when it was reported that Duff and Comrie were officially getting divorced. Now, Hilary Duff has spoken more about her divorce in the April 2015 issue of Cosmopolitan, and she shared an interesting and very honest insight into her newfound views on marriage. She said,

What I really admire here is that throughout the speculation she's been dealing with, Duff continues to be wholly dedicated to being as honest and true to herself, and her fans, as she can be — which is one of the things her fans love so much about her. When a celebrity puts such personal feelings out in the open like this, they risk being attacked for their ideas. Duff, though, has shown her true feelings and is sharing that life is not perfect and things do not always go as planned.

Speaking of the media's speculation, back in May 2014, a few months after their separation, Comrie and Duff were seen together on multiple occasions, which threw the media into a tizzy. At the time, Duff had only positive remarks on her complicated relationship. She shared at the iHeart Music Awards,

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Duff and Comrie seem to truly respect and believe in the love that brought them together and tried what they could to make it work, which is admirable. Duff admitted that they both have changed, but it doesn't take away from what they had. She continued,

I applaud Duff in the way she has handled this very difficult time with the utmost respect and dignity (see what I did there?), and has been confident in the decisions she is making for her life and her son. The most important thing here is that their child is loved and they are each moving forward and in Duff's words, continuing to "always want to fight for happiness," wherever that may lead them next.

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