While Scarlett Johansson has lived much of her life in the public eye, the blond beauty rarely opens up about her romantic life.
There's no question the actress has had a string of high-profile relationships, including her marriage to actor Ryan Reynolds (who is now married to Blake Lively), which lasted for a brief two years before the former couple called it quits in 2010.
"I feel I know now more of what I need in a relationship, what I want in a relationship," Glamour's May cover girl tells the publication, opening up about her failed marriage to the Hollywood hunk. "And I know I have more tools to communicate, not just with my partner, but with myself."
Craig McDean exclusively for Vanity Fair.
Still, the actress admits, "That's not necessarily any reflection of who I was married to or what was happening in my marriage, but really where I was in my life."
The Captain America: Winter Soldier star also stuns on the May cover of Vanity Fair, flaunting her famous cleavage in a plunging navy blue blouse while opening up about fiancé Romain Dauriac, with whom she is expecting her first child.
After dating a number of men in the biz, the stunner has settled down with the good-looking French journalist—a man whose profession is outside of the acting world—a fact which she finds incredibly refreshing.
"It is," Johansson confessed when asked if it's easier to date someone other than an actor, "but it's more than that. We do different things. He's in the whole art-scene world. So it's nice, because we can enjoy each other's worlds, but we don't have our crazy conflicting schedules and all that other stuff to contend with."
She added, "And, you know, of course, actors, in general, they're obsessed with emotions. Although, he's French, so he's also probably overly into his emotions."
As for how living in Paris has changed Scarlett's sense of style?
"The nice thing about being in Paris is that you know everybody's looking at what you're wearing: You have an audience, you know? New York is about street style that's functional. A Paris look is not functional!" she explained. "It doesn't matter if your shoes are comfortable. Here [in New York] you can still wear your Nikes. In Paris you suck it up. You hobble around. Although my girlfriends in Paris and I decided we're adopting the trend of athletic streetwear cause we got sick of it. I was like, 'I am sick of not feeling my big toe after two hours of dancing!'"
Whether she's rocking Nikes or stilettos, no doubt, Johansson is one hot mama-to-be.