Liberty Ross Offers Forgiveness For Cheating Ex-Husband & Kristen Stewart

Posted Wednesday September 3, 2014 8:18 PM GMT

Her world was shattered when her husband Rupert Sanders was caught cheating on her with “Twilight” babe Kristen Stewart, but now that she’s had some time to heal Liberty Ross is moving on.

In a new interview with Harper's Bazaar UK, the model/actress proclaimed that she has forgiven Sanders and Stewart for running her marriage.

“Unfortunately, we live in a world where everything is so overexposed that it’s actually terrifying. I was horrified at how relentless and extraordinary going through something like that was.”

“I was able to go and be somewhere secluded for a good month. And then when school went back, I had no choice but to be as strong a woman as I could be for the children.”

However nowadays, “It’s amazing what two years does. Today, I feel happier than I’ve ever felt, and I’m in such a great place. All of us are: my kids are great, Rupert’s amazing, we have all moved on and everyone is doing really well.”

And when asked if she’s still bitter about the affair, Ross responded, “God, no. Ugh. People need to learn to forgive. I have no problem with anyone involved. I’m completely compassionate, I really am. No life is perfect, we all have our problems and issues and I believe that it’s good to be true to who you are.”

“Rupert and I were together since we were very, very young. I was 18 – essentially, I married my first boyfriend. I always used to say we were more like brother and sister anyway. We’d been together for so long, we weren’t really evolving together as a couple so much.”

Liberty added, “Rupert was very much part of my family, and still is – he was like another sibling. We’ll always have this amazing love for each other. I spent 17 years of my life with him. I have nothing but love and respect and compassion for him. He’ll always be my family, you know. We live close to each other, we continue to raise our children absolutely together, it’s really good.”

“I think we can grow from all experiences, even the most tragic, sh*tty ones where you think you’re going to die. Actually, you know, there are ways of growing with them and learning from them and moving past them and accepting them. I just feel so lucky and peaceful with everything in life, and excited and happy.”

Photo Credit: Frederike Helwig/Harper's Bazaar