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Diane Kruger Plays With A Cat For The April Issue Of Flare

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    It's one thing to not know everything about your boyfriend. It's another to date Pacey Witter and never have watched an episode of Dawson's Creek. Seriously, Diane Kruger has never seen her boyfriend Joshua Jackson play Capeside High's hopeless romantic. But to the point: The Tinseltown beauty opens up about her own life in the pages of Flare magazine, and that's nice, too. She's enigmatic for sure, but that's about to change as the star of this month's sci-fi thriller, The Host, opens up about her modeling past and plays with cats (of course) in the Canadian fashion mag's cover story.

    In a spread that's got us hearing Ani DiFranco crooning "Wishin' and Hopin," Kruger romps around in Bottega Veneta, Louis Vuitton, and Chanel (she has a documented affinity for the latter). Who else can say they're besties with Karl Lagerfeld? "He really is one of the most interesting people I've ever met," Kruger says of the equally enigmatic designer. The high-school dropout also cues us into her under-the-radar opulent life that's filled with designer digs, hours spent on, and her love for Twilight. "I actually happen to be a big Twilight fan," she confesses. "Which I'm not embarrassed to say." If Diane Kruger can come clean, so can you. It's okay. Now that the cat's out of the bag, maybe we can schedule a girls' night in with Diane — perhaps we'll get a chance to raid her closet, too. (Flare)

    Photos: Autumn de Wilde/Courtesy of Flare.

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