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Hugh Grant spoke about the regret he feels for not wanting to get married or to have children earlier in life.
The actor, 59, was released on Monday as part of Virgin Radio’s “Breakfast Show,” where host Chris Evans asked him about his marriage to a TV producer Anna Eberstein’s, 40’s, and in May of the previous year.
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“It was a very small thing, that’s all,” he said of the ceremony.
He added: “It was a lot of fun to have a wedding. It was the one thing that I have put off for years. A lot of fun. A very nice marriage.”
When pressed by the host as to why he will be just as life-affirming as marriage and children, Grant was forced to admit that he was “just wrong.”
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“I was in the wrong. Well, I was wrong. And for the kids, you know, I used to roll my eyes. People would say, ‘Oh, Hugh, you don’t understand”, but they did Give should be noted.
Here, Grant and Anna Eberstein married in a low-key ceremony in 2018.
The host is stung by a Grant of a little bit of a joke about an actor, known for the golf practice to get in the way of the marriage and the children.
“Yes, yes, of course,” Grant replied. “Sad, angry, and old golfers.”
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According to ETOnline, Grant and Eberstein were married in a low-key ceremony with family and friends at the Chelsea Registry Office in London in just a few days after their engagement was revealed. The duo announced they were getting hitched, by means of an official notice from the city. They had been romantically linked for six years, and had a son together in 2012. In 2015, they are still a child, and went on to have a third child, in 2018.