Ashley Greene On Love: 'Having A Type Is Not For Me'

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Ashley GreeneWho's that girl on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine? It's Ashley Greene! The actress who captured our attention (and inspired many a brand-new haircut) with her turn as the chic psychic sister to Edward Cullen is sporting her natural long locks, some trendy pink denim and a floral crop-top as the magazine's August cover girl. And inside, Ashley opens up about personal priorities, professional ambitions and her next move now that "The Twilight Saga" is just about dunzo.

And in case you've been wondering, that move will not be in the direction of an altar—despite the fairly long-term romance between the actress and Broadway boyfriend Reeve Carney.

"I'm not one of those girls who sits at home thinking, 'By 25, I have to be married,'" Ashley explained. "Right now, I'm like, 'I'm 25, I need to book my next movie!'"

But when it comes time to settle down, Ashley says that she'll be taking her relationship responsibilities very seriously, thanks to having grown up with a great example of what lasting love looks like: "My parents have such a beautiful marriage. I'm not someone who takes it lightly. So I'm not going to get married until I know I'll be with someone forever," she said.

And while she might not be ready to get married, the star is at least grown-up enough to have some well-adjusted ideas about what sort of expectations to bring to a relationship...and which superficial nonsense to leave at the door.

"It's about chemistry and a connection," she said. "I've changed so much over the past 10 years. What I wanted when I was 16, I didn't want when I was 20, and that's changed to something else now that I'm 25. Having a type is not for me."

Wise words from our fave psychic vampire? Tell us what you think!

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