Kim Cattrall wants a partner

Los Angeles, Nov 15 (IANS) Actress Kim Cattrall, best known for her role in the iconic series “Sex and the City”, says she is on the lookout for a new man in her line. However, she’s in no mood to walk the aisle again following three failed marriages.

Cattrall split from her last husband, jazz bassist Mark Levinson, in 2004.

Asked if she would get married again, she said: “I don’t think there’s a need to. But I would like to be in a relationship. It’s a way for me to express love and devotion and support. And I can cook, too!”

The 59-year-old said she doesn’t long to settle down with anyone, but confessed that she misses having someone to share her life with, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

“I don’t get the twinge of: ‘Oh, I wish I was a mum’ or ‘I wish I was married’, and what I have with my girlfriends is pretty damn good, but I sometimes miss the closeness of a relationship, being single woman at this age. A career can give you many things but it can also isolate you. As a friend of mine said, it doesn’t keep you warm at night,” she told the Daily Telegraph newspaper.

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