Courtesy of British GQ/Gavin Bond
Courtesy of British GQ/Gavin Bond
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Olivia Wilde isn't your normal 27-year-old. Not only is she a Hollywood star, but she has already been through a heartbreaking divorce after getting married at the age of 19. 

Olivia eloped with Italian prince Tao Ruspoli in 2003, tying the knot in front of a pair of witnesses in a deserted school bus on a beach in Virginia. But last February, the pair announced they were separating after seven years of marriage. Their divorce was finalized in September 2011. 

As for why she felt she was ready to settle down so young, the Butter star says it was all thanks to her advanced maturity. 

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"I was very sexually mature at a very young age," she admits to the April issue of British GQ. "I was very comfortable with it and talking about it, and once someone hears a young woman speak candidly about sexuality, it's like, 'Whoa!' You get labeled." 

So, what does Olivia think about her marriage now that it's over? 

"I thought I was going to die young. It was a pretty juvenile mind set," she says of going through her divorce. "When you split with someone you love you think you're the only person who has ever gone through it, 'Oh did you listen to The National on repeat and live on Marlboro Lights and chocolate for three months? Me too!' ''

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"But I was lucky to have such a peaceful parting," Olivia, who is now dating SNL star Jason Sudeikis, adds. "It's never easy: it's f****d up and I wouldn't recommend it. But there were no kids involved, so we could see it as this wonderful chapter. And anyway, you fall in love again. Oh God, to think that you only fall in love once in your entire life is such a depressing thought." 

Now, Olivia is even considering writing a screenplay based on her story, saying " the subject of a young divorce is pretty funny." 
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