Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie not in 'rush' to rekindle

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HILARY Duff isn't in a "rush" to get back together with Mike Comrie.

The couple split in January after three years of marriage and, although the blonde beauty insists they could potentially rekindle their romance, she doesn't want to jump back into a relationship with him too quickly.

Speaking to Us Magazine, she explained: "We're not in a rush for anything. So we're just trying to enjoy our lives and figure out what makes us happy and it's working for us."

Hilary, who has two-year-old son Luca with Mike, admits the pair have managed to keep a strong friendship despite their split and they enjoy spending time together.

She said: "I don't think Mike would ever go anywhere. I mean, we are really dedicated to taking care of Luca, and we're really good friends who spend a lot of time together."

She added: "We have Luca as our main priority, but we do care a lot about each other. We're adults and we're making our way through life. Sometimes you do that together and apart and we're gonna be and we're going to do it in the most peaceful way possible."

Meanwhile, the 26-year-old singer can't believe how quickly Luca is growing up and learning new things.

She said: "He's two, so he definitely has a strong personality! He opened his own door today, I couldn't believe it! I was like, 'Wow, when did that happen?'

"Like when he can actually twist the doorknob and push the door open?"

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