She is currently starring in season two of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale And while Elisabeth Moss is giving the dystopian drama all her attention, she has admitted that her love life has suffered as she finds it 'difficult' giving dating some time.
'I’m very focused on my work so it’s difficult to find the time to give yourself to somebody.'Elisabeth was previously wed to comedian Fred Armisen and the pair filed for divorce in 2010 after a year of marriage. I’m a romantic, so I love weddings, but I also don’t think you need (a wedding) to have a long-lasting, healthy relationship.
Drawing on the difficult time in her life, she admitted: 'I have nothing against getting married again, but what I value even more now is the relationship itself. 'Some of the relationships I know that have lasted the longest are the ones that didn’t (get married).’ The conversation naturally led to motherhood and Elisabeth confessed: ‘I do want to be a mother.
A far cry from her portrayal of June Osborne/Offred in The Handmaid's Tale, Elisabeth looked striking in a number of chic ensembles for the shoot.
And while she has forged an incredibly successful career in entertainment, the blonde admitted that her dating life was a 'problem' as a result.
Despite Hamm’s longtime romance with actress Jennifer Westfeldt, In Touch Weekly insinuated Thursday that the longtime cast mates might be secretly dating.
While a rep for Hamm, 43, and Moss, 31, has confirmed that the actors are reportedly “just friends,” an eyewitness to one of their recent outings is claiming otherwise.“I saw them at Disneyland on Easter,” said a witness to the duo’s Anaheim, Calif., theme park trip. They were walking around the park, trying to be incognito,” added the source.
Talk then turned to The Handmaid’s Tale where she admitted: 'I’ve never told a story that so closely paralleled life as it was happening around me, especially life as a 35-year-old woman in America.
'So the lines have gotten much more blurry than with any other role I’ve ever done.
I have no idea how I want to do it though or what the plan is,' she continued.