Jamie Dornan Is A Romantic — Just Ask His Wife

The Belfast actor paid tribute to his family in a sweet Instagram post.

by Bustle UK
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Jamie Dornan and Amelia Warner
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He may have played a commitment-phobe in Fifty Shades of Grey, however the reality couldn’t be farther from the truth. Jamie Dornan is a happily married family man. His and wife Amelia Warner’s relationship seems relatively low-key and private, though the Belfast actor has opened up about their romance on occasion.

According to the Independent, Dornan has been in a relationship with British actor and musician Warner since 2010, and the pair married in 2012. Their love story began back in 2007, when they met at a party. Once a couple, they later moved in together in Notting Hill. Dornan has revealed that he was completely and utterly enamoured with Warner as soon as they met. He told the Belfast Telegraph: “I was smitten with her from the start, I really was. I’m more in love with her today than I was at the start.”

Dornan and Warner recently attended the 2022 Oscar Wilde Awards together. The Belfast cast was celebrated at the ceremony, which was hosted by the US-Ireland Alliance. The pair also made a joint appearance at the 28th Screen Actors Guild Awards in California, alongside Belfast’s writer and director Kenneth Branagh.

The couple have three daughters: Dulcie, Elva, and Alberta. Dornan shared a rare photo of his wife and children on Instagram in honour of International Women’s Day. He captioned the snap: “I’m nothing but a pile of dust without this crew.”

During lockdown, Warner released her EP “Haven.” She wrote and produced it at home during her third pregnancy. Speaking to the Sunday Post about the release, Warner said, “I was in a different form of quarantine, I guess. The quarantine of having just had a baby, when you’re in this funny existence of not being quite in the world, you’re inhabiting your own world. Also, we’d just moved house a week before we had her. It was a really special time and I felt this overwhelming sense of being in the right place and being home.”

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