London, September 27 : After receiving rave reviews for her role in 'Bridget Jones's Diary', Oscar-winning actress Renee Zellweger is set to play another luckless singleton in an adaptation of racy writer Kathy Lette's new novel.
The American actress, who is admired for doing perfect British accents, will be star in the racy writer's 'To Love, Honour And Betray (Till Divorce Us Do Part)".
The novel is a story of a woman in her thirties, recently divorced, struggling to get used to her new single lifestyle in her new Australian home.
The 49-year-old writer is said to be thrilled with Renee doing her love lacking ill-fated protagonist onscreen.
"I am so excited," the Daily Express quoted the writer as saying.
She said: "The premise struck a chord with her: she knows the place where it's set, Cronulla Beach in Sydney. She visited it as a kid.
"We know how good she is at British accents."
"She's the perfect age. She'd be great," the writer added.