One thing is sure for the "Fifty Shades Darker" star Jamie Dornan and that is keeping his family tight together amidst his portrayal of the controversial Christian Grey. The soon-to-be busy actor is always a proud father and loving husband to wife Amelia. While the clamor of the upcoming E.L. James movie is taking a buzz on the media, Dornan reportedly tries his best to make it up for his family first.
KPopStarz reports one incident that the 33-year-old actor wished to have more time with his family and that is requesting to make the filming of the two installments after "Fifty Shades of Grey" back-to-back.
"Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan will shoot the sequels to 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' next year back-to-back. 'Fifty Shades Darker' and 'Fifty Shades Freed' will both be directed by James Foley, according to an article on Thursday by The Wrap," based from the outlet.
Dornan recently celebrated the knowledge that he will become a father soon of his second child. The publication scooped this latest news based from the article of Hello Magazine, "Jamie Dornan is set to become a dad again as it is reported that his wife is pregnant with their second child. People magazine has said that the actor confirmed the news in an interview that will be published in their upcoming issue."
Apart from this, the 33-year-old "Fifty Shades of Grey" actor is not taking any time wasted in doing daddy duties with his first child Dulcie just before the filming of the next installment which starts in early 2016.
"And doting father Jamie Dornan was on daddy duty on Sunday as he headed out on a stroll with his daughter Dulcie, two. Enjoying a relaxing stroll around London, the 33-year-old actor did his best to go incognito, donning a pair of sunglasses and a thick woolly hat for the occasion," according to the article cited from Daily Mail.
Dornan though balancing family and work has said that he is ever ready to portray his role as Christian Grey again on "Fifty Shades Darker."
"I'm looking forward to embodying Christian again -- and getting a chance to show more of him," Dornan said in an article from People.