Idris Elba feels like he's ''in-between places'' and ''can't really settle down yet'' and decide on a permanent home for him and his pregnant girlfriend Naiyana Garth.
Idris Elba can't find a home to settle down in.
The 41-year-old star - who is expecting a baby with his make-up artist girlfriend Naiyana Garth - came back to England from Los Angeles before his father Winston died last September after losing his battle with lung cancer and he still feels ''in-between places''.
He told the Metro newspaper: ''[I'm] in a no man's land. I'm in-between places. I can't really settle down yet.''
Idris stars in 'Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom' as the late civil rights activist and former President of South Africa Nelson Mandela - who died in December 2013.
Idris' father Winston was a big admirer and supporter of Mandela
and as well as researching the politician's life, the actor also based elements of his portrayal on his dad.
Idris explained: ''My dad was a shop steward at Ford, he was a real union guy: always fighting for the workers, and to anyone like that Mandela was a hero. Any time the BBC World Service was in our house we'd have to be quiet if he was talking about Mandela.''
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