Sienna Miller's voicemail to Daniel Craig is heard during phone-hacking trial
The phone-hacking trial has heard private calls made by Sienna Miller to Daniel Craig, during her relationship with Jude Law.
Sienna's private voicemail left for her Layer Cake co-star in 2005 were raised in London's Old Bailey today, during the trial of former News of the World editors Rebekah Brooks and Andrew Coulson.
The British actress and Burberry star is heard saying, 'I love you,' as she leaves a message on Daniel Craig's mobile. The evidence comes a day after Jude Law took to the witness box to give evidence in the ongoing trial.
Now, in relation to a story published by the News of the World in 2005, Sienna Miller's alleged affair with Daniel Craig has been made more public than ever.
'Hi, it's me. I can't speak, I'm at the Groucho with Jude. I love you,' Sienna Miller says in the voicemail.
Former tabloid journalist Dan Evans admitted intercepting Daniel Craig's voicemail in court, explaining that he felt 'bullied' to produce front page stories for the newspaper. Evans also told the court that his then-editor Andy Coulson became 'very animated' and shouted 'brilliant' when he first heard the message.
'I would like to apologise to all involved,' Evans told the court, after confirming that Daniel Craig had denied the affair before the story was published.
All seven defendants, including Rebekah Brooks,deny all charges against them. The trial continues.
By Jessica Bridgeman