But she admitted that they had been in a relationship while she was seeing Mr Law.
She explained: “I think this is a really difficult and uncomfortable part of my life to discuss seeing as it’s been allowed out of the courtroom and into the hands of the world’s media to be gossiped about and analysed and me vilified about.
I've always ended my phone calls to Daniel saying "I love you".'When asked about her relationship with the media by Timothy Langdale QC, for former editor Andy Coulson, she said: 'It was part of my job to communicate with the media and, yes, I had some negative experiences.'Thanking her for giving evidence, judge Mr Justice Saunders told her: 'I am very sorry what has gone on in this court and reported in the press has caused you distress.
phone-hacking trial stumbled into some salacious territory when discussing a purported 2005 love triangle between Jude Law, Sienna Miller, and Daniel Craig.
She told the court: “I think the thing that is being slightly misconstrued about this voicemail message was that I said 'I love you’ and that this was some incredibly important declaration of love.
“Since we became friends in 2003 I always ended my phone calls with 'I love you’, as I did with all my friends and family.” Under cross-examination from Timothy Langdale QC, who is representing Andy Coulson, the former News of the World editor, Miss Miller insisted that her and Mr Craig had been friends rather than lovers.
"I did, yes," he responded, regarding his call with Craig. "We had known each other many, many years," Law recalled.
"So the conversation took on all sorts of turns." It was also revealed that during the phone call, Law told Craig to fess up about the affair to then-girlfriend, producer Satsuki Mitchell, whom Craig later got engaged to in 2007.
An alleged voicemail Miller left for Craig, during which the actress told the James Bond actor that she loved him, was parsed ad nauseam in court. I love you.”She clarified, however, that her concluding sentiment has been misinterpreted by media this week.The fling happened around the same time Craig met Sienna, 32, on the set of film Layer Cake. He denied the Sienna affair but was caught out when Law left him a sarcastic voicemail saying: “Thanks mate.Evans claimed he heard the actress – who was dating actor Jude Law, 41, at the time – leave a message on Craig’s mobile. I hope Saski (Satsuki) doesn’t find out.”Giving evidence via video-link from the US, Sienna said of the “love you” message to Craig: “That was how I always ended my messages to closest friends and family.“It was not a relationship, it was a very brief encounter.He was my best friend and so me saying, 'I love you’, whether anything romantic had happened or not, that was the way I communicated with him, whether Jude was present or not.” She added: “It’s been made into this titillating piece of information.” Miss Miller said that the period to which the message related was a time when she and Mr Law had been having relationship problems after it was disclosed that he had been cheating on her with his children’s nanny.The 007 actor enjoyed romps with the British beauties around the same time, and was caught out in a series of gushing voicemails.The details emerged at the Old Bailey during evidence at the News of the World phone hacking trial.PHOTOS: Stars who've been cheated on The 41-year-old actor was asked some deeply personal questions about his former fiancee Sienna Miller and her alleged affair with actor Daniel Craig while on the witness stand for the News of the World phone hacking trial Monday, Jan. During the proceedings, the stud upon discovery that his then-fiancee had cheated on him with none other than close pal Craig.PHOTOS: Celebrity meltdowns and scandals of 2013 The news of the affair between Miller and Craig, both of whom starred together in the 2004 movie star had given Law "a taste of his own medicine" by having an affair after the actor had cheated on her with nanny Daisy Wright. " defense attorney Timothy Langdale asked the actor Monday as reported by the .The actress told a court today that she had a 'brief encounter' with her friend and co-star Mr Craig, but added that she often said 'I love you' at the end of phone conversations with friends or family.She said: 'The thing that's been slightly misconstrued about this voicemail message is the fact that I said "I love you" and that this was some incredibly important declaration of love.