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Hugh Grant admits he was ‘plain wrong’ about marriage and children

OHMYGOSSIP — Hugh Grant admits he was “plain wrong” about marriage and children.
The 59-year-old actor finally tied the knot with his longtime partner Anna Eberstein – with whom he has seven-year-old son John and two other children born in 2015 and 2018, whose names and gender they have chosen to keep private – last year, and he has admitted he was against the idea of tying the knot and “put it off” for “too many decades”, whilst he confessed he “used to roll [his] eyes” at the thought of starting a family.
In an interview aired on The Chris Evans Virgin Radio Breakfast Show on Monday (16.12.19), the ‘Love Actually’ star – who has also Tabitha, eight, and Felix, six, with ex-partner Tinglan Hong – admitted: “Well, I was just plain wrong.
“I was wrong.
“And children, you know, I used to roll my eyes.
“People would say, ‘Oh Hugh you don’t understand it’, but they were right.”
The ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’ star – who was joined in the interview by his ‘The Gentlemen’ co-star Matthew McConaughey – had earlier spoke about almost getting knocked over on their wedding day, before gushing about how “very nice” it is being married.
He said: “I was walking with my brother and we’re having a lunch before the wedding and the family.
“It was a very small affair, that’s all.
“It was very nice getting married.
“It was another thing I put off too many decades. Very nice. Very nice being married.”
Hugh previously insisted he was not interested in marriage as he thought it was a recipe for “misery”.
He said in 2015: “I’m not really a believer in marriage. I’ve seen very few good examples, maybe five, in my life, but I think otherwise it’s a recipe for mutual misery.”
The ‘Paddington 2’ star’s former girlfriend Elizabeth Hurley – who he dated for 13 years – previously joked being a parent had “improved” the ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ star – who is godfather to her son Damien – and made him a less “miserable” person.
She said: “Having these kids has transformed him from a very miserable person into a fairly miserable person. It’s improved him. He’s gone up the scale.”
Listen to the full interview on The Chris Evans Virgin Radio Breakfast Show with Sky from 6:30am today (16.12.19).

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