Hollywood star Sienna Miller is confirming her split from married oil heir Balthazar Getty, criticizing the media for making relationships in the spotlight too difficult for her. Miller has been romantically linked to Getty since the summer when they were spotted together in Prague in the Czech Republic, on the set of Miller's new movie "GI Joe." But the couple was rumored to have broken up earlier this month.The new romance sparked a media frenzy and Miller is convinced that the press interest in their relationship added to their problems. She tells, "I'm single at the moment, and I'm completely happy with that. It's nice not to have a relationship that the press constantly wants to scrutinize and discuss."But the star insists she is fine with their decision to split, adding, "I'm cool with being on my own."Miller has also been awarded $22,300 in damages from two British tabloid newspapers over claims they breached her privacy.The star filed lawsuits against The Sun and the News Of The World over pictures and articles, which appeared in the publications over the summer. She became a target for the paparazzi in June and July after it was revealed she had embarked on a relationship with married Getty, just weeks after splitting from actor Rhys Ifans. And a lawyer for News Group Newspapers, which own the publications, has acknowledged that the tabloids "shouldn't have published such information or such photographs."In a letter to Miller, News Group's lawyer Tom Crone wrote, "On the specific acts and circumstances of this case you had a reasonable expectation of privacy in respect of the information and the photographs that we published. We also accept that we should not have published such information or photographs."Miller's lawyer Mark Thompson stated that the terms of the out-of-court settlement had been approved by London's High Court.Thompson added the actress is still seeking various damages against paparazzi photograph agency Big Pictures (UK) Limited, which Miller accuses of waging a "campaign of harassment" against her.The hearing is expected to start early next year.