Hugh Grant is Elizabeth Hurley's backup plan

Elizabeth Hurley and Hugh Grant, pictured at a premiere on Aug. 17, 2000, stayed together for three years after Grant was arrested in Los Angeles with Hollywood hooker Divine Brown.
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Elizabeth Hurley and Hugh Grant at the "Mickey Blue Eyes" premiere on Aug. 17, 2000, in Westwood, Calif.
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(CBS) - Actress Elizabeth Hurley says she has a backup plan if she can't find love again. She'll move in with her ex Hugh Grant.

The 46-year-old actress, who recently filed for divorce from Arun Nayer, her husband of four years, told the UK's Mirror that she and Grant could live together again if they both fail to find long-term love.

Pictures: Elizabeth Hurley
Pictures: Hugh Grant

"If all else fails, we'll end up living together again like Darby and Joan," she said.

"We are currently taking cooking, Italian and guitar lessons and argue ferociously over who is more ahead in cooking, slightly less cack-handed at the guitar but grudgingly agree his Italian is a whisper better," she added.

Hurley also rejected the idea that she and Grant could be a couple again, calling it "preposterous."

She and Grant split in 2000 after 13 years together. 

Hurley has recently been romantically linked to Aussie cricket star Shane Warne. While they were spotted together in Los Angles last month, Hurley tells Hello magazine that she and Warne are "very good friends."