Isla fisher dating history
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She has films lined up for the rest of the year, is producing, writing and starring in coming movies, and domestic life is taking a back seat.“Isla hoped to sit back rocking her baby and playing peek-a-boo all day, but she can’t,” says an insider.“She and Sacha are suddenly both so popular in Hollywood, they have to strike while the iron is hot.“Our relationship went through a very strange patch. “He doesn’t have a big moustache in real life so he’s not that recognisable,” she says.Instead of, ‘Hey honey, did you pick up the dry cleaning? “I think I’mmore recognisable in some ways just because of my height and hair colour, but we’ve been pretty fortunate so far.”She may not be living the life of a domestic goddess but as long as she has time for baby Olive in her location trailer between shots, Isla seems content to wait for days filled with nursery rhymes and nappy changes.“I’m the happiest I’ve been in my entire life,” she says, crediting her husband-to-be for this situation.Taking a lesson from Cohen, she says: “I do want to star in these projects myself and I have essentially written them myself.”She says of Hollywood: “ There are not that many comic opportunities available for women in Hollywood.All the scripts are written for men and, as a woman, you end up playing the small roles rather than getting to be the protagonist.”She is in demand on all fronts.