On the 18 April episode of Gwyneth Paltrow’s “Goop” podcast, Scarlett Johansson opened up about her past relationships. In addition, Johnansson discussed some of the most important things she has learnt from her three marriages and expressed her admiration for her three-year ex-husband Ryan Reynolds.

During the period they spent working on “Iron Man 2” in 2009, Johnansson and Paltrow were married. “We weren’t married very long, but we were when I first met you,” he said. In response to Paltrow’s statement that “We love a good Ryan Reynolds in our house,” Johansson stated, “He’s a good guy.”

In 2007, Reynolds and Johansson started dating. The following year, they got married. Later, in 2010, they split up, andIn 2011, their divorce became final. Reynolds wed Blake Lively in 2012 after they divorced, and the two now have four kids together. Before being married in October 2014, Johansson and French writer Romain Dauriac received their daughter, Rose, in August 2014. Before divorcing in 2017, the couple had been together for about three years.

Johansson will be married to “Saturday Night Live” actor Colin Jost as of October 2020, and she credits him with teaching her the most about what she values in a partner. “I wouldn’t have been ready for a relationship like the one I have with Colin [now] when we first started seeing each other at different times in my life because I wasn’t comfortable setting my own boundaries,” she admitted to Paltrow”. I didn’t know what I needed from another person as well as what I wanted from them. I think one of the things I realized is that there are some fundamental aspects of your own personality that you need, at least for me, and that you should share with the other person.”

The couple gave birth to Cosmo, a boy, in August 2021, which was their first kid together. The main thing Johansson has learnt since becoming married to Jost, according to her, is that she needs “to be with a compassionate person.” “That’s like a fundamental characteristic that has to be there,” she added. “And I think that understanding what those fundamental things are that you need in a partner is a must, for longevity anyway.”