‘Fifty Shades Darker’ Jamie Dornan, Wife Welcome Second Child
Jamie Dornan, who is currently busy filming “Fifty Shades 2,” recently welcomed his second baby with his wife.Advertisement
According to E News, Dornan and wife Amelia Warner must have welcomed their second baby only recently, even though the media was not able to cover the spectacular event on the said date, which is still unknown. Details including the baby’s name and sex are also still unknown.
Warner, however, was spotted on Monday with a baby stroller in Notting Hill. On the same day, Dornan was snapped hard at work on the set of “Fifty Shades Darker” in Vancouver. It remains to be seen if the two will make an official announcement of their second baby in their social media accounts.
The news of the couple expecting their second child came forth in November last year. Dorman married Warner in 2013 and welcomed their first child just seven months after that. Dulice, their 2-year-old-daughter, now has a sibling.
Jamie Dornan is still not available to comment on the birth. Fans can certainly expect that the actor must be feeling elated right now. He never hid how much he loves being a father.
Back in 2015, he told British Vogue how much he loved being a father to Dulice. “These last couple of years have been quite something. But we’re enjoying it,” adding, “I hope I’m a good dad. It’s the most joyous thing imaginable. It’s totally changed our lives but only for the positive,” he said.
He then proceeded to talk to Stylist Magazine about his positive experiences as a father. He shared that he has been around babies his whole life. His father delivered more than 6,000 babies and his stepmother is an obstetrician-gynecologist. He even changed nappies for his niece before he became a father. Fatherhood, therefore, comes to him naturally.
The “Fifty Shades” actor also mentioned, “I was discouraged by people’s attitude so it was refreshing when we occasionally met people who said, ‘It’s the best thing, you’re going to love it.’ I saw a pregnant friend the other night and I was like, ‘Embrace it! Don’t listen to all the people who are down on it, because it’s only good.'”