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Actor Josh Hartnett regrets not starting a family earlier because he's having a "beautiful" experience as a new dad.
The Pearl Harbor star and girlfriend Tamsin Egerton welcomed a baby girl last year (15), and Josh admits fatherhood has change his whole perspective on life.
"She's the apple of my eye, she's perfect in every way, I'm in love," he told Live with Kelly and Michael on Wednesday (27Apr16).
"I mean your ego just kind of melts away when you have a new kid," he continued. "Your heart kind of leaves your body and you give it permission to walk around with someone else for a while. It's really terrifying, but it's beautiful. I love it more than anything.
Continue reading: Josh Hartnett: 'I Wish I Had Children Earlier'
The couple, who have been dating since 2013, reportedly welcomed their first child into the world at the end of November.
37 year old Hartnett was photographed carrying the new arrival in a baby carrier leaving hospital on Tuesday (December 1st), with 27 year old model Egerton reportedly having delivered the baby at the end of November. Representatives for the couple have not given any official notice of the baby’s birth, so it’s unknown whether it’s a boy or a girl for the photogenic couple.
Josh Hartnett and Tamsin Egerton spotted at Wimbledon in 2015
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Tamsin Egerton - Guests attend 'A Destination By Design' VIP launch champagne reception in the Embassy Gardens marketing suite at Embassy Gardens, Battersea - London, United Kingdom - Monday 12th October 2015
Nobby and Sebastian are long lost brothers who live completely different lives. Sebastian is a highly skilled MI6 assassin whilst his brother, Norman Grimsby - affectionately known as Nobby - leads a much simpler life.
Football loving Nobby lives in North England with the love of his life Lindsey and their eleven children. Their life is good and they're all very happy together - yet Nobby longs to reconnect with his brother. When Nobby's search finally returns a positive result, he doesn't realise how much danger he's putting both himself and his brother in.
The brothers are finally reunited but unbeknownst to Nobby, Sebastian has exposed a deadly plot that could scale to a global disaster. With both brothers on the run, Nobby must put some of his northern traits to one side and help his brother protect the world.
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Expectant Parents Josh Hartnett And Tamsin Egerton Have Moved Into A New Home In London As They Prepare For The Arrival Of Their First Child.
The Pearl Harbor star sold his four-bedroom mansion in Minnesota for $2.3 million (£1.5 million) in June (15), and has now moved into a north London property with the British actress, his girlfriend of three years.
Photographs obtained by E! Online show the stars, who confirmed the pregnancy in July (15), standing outside the house watching removal workers take their belongings from a white van into their new home.
Egerton's large baby bump was clearly visible as she stood sipping a cup of tea in the street.
Continue reading: Josh Hartnett And Tamsin Egerton Buy London House
Josh Hartnett And Tamsin Egerton Made Their First Public Appearance Since News Broke Of Her Pregnancy Last Week (03jul15) At The Wimbledon Tennis Tournament In England On Wednesday (08jul15).
Tamsin, 26, showed off the hint of a baby bump in a sleeveless summery dress as the couple stepped out for a sporting fix.
Josh Hartnett Has Another Reason To Celebrate After Learning He's Set To Become A Dad - He Has Also Sold His Historic Mansion In Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Pearl Harbor star bought the Victorian-style house, built in 1887, in 2002 for just shy of $2.4 million (£1.6 million).
The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports the actor put the fully restored, four-bedroom St.Paul mansion on the market in January (15), and an unnamed buyer has paid $2.3 million (£1.5 million) for it.
The sale closed on 10 June (15), according to a certificate of real estate value recently made public.
Continue reading: Dad-to-be Josh Hartnett Sells Historic Minneapolis Home
Josh Hartnett and Tamsin Egerton are ''beyond thrilled'' to be expecting their first child together.
The 'Penny Dreadful' actor and his 26-year-old girlfriend are ''beyond thrilled'' to be starting a family together, the 36-year-old star's representative has confirmed.
The spokesperson told the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column:''It's true and they are beyond thrilled.''
Continue reading: Josh Hartnett And Tamsin Egerton Expecting A Baby
Josh Hartnett Is Set To Become A Dad.
The Black Hawk Down star's girlfriend Tamsin Egerton is expecting the couple's first child, his representative has confirmed to the editors of the New York Post's Page Six column.
The spokesperson tells the outlet, "It’s true and they are beyond thrilled."
The actor has been dating Egerton since 2012 after meeting on the set of The Lovers.
Continue reading: Josh Hartnett Ready For Daddy Duty, Girlfriend Is Pregnant
Basic training for the Korean War is tough on a group of young British cadets. It's specifically tough on Bill Rohan (Callum Turner), as their sergeant hates him. The only consoling factor is the trainee nurses school just outside of his basecamp. When he's not trying to woo the nurses in the town, he's sneaking over to their school to see the woman he has fallen in love with. But when the sergeant's prize clock is stolen, Rohan must do everything to save his best friend from court marshalling, catch the girl of his dreams, and prepare for war.
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Deliberately unstructured, this likeable romantic comedy holds the audience's interest with its strikingly engaging cast and a slick visual style, but the plot is both contrived and underdeveloped. As the filmmakers try out some wacky slapstick, pointed political moments or a bit of darkly emotional drama, the movie's tone veers so wildly that we don't quite know where to look. And by never managing to crack the surface, the script leaves the actors with little to do but look good.
The story centres on two childhood friends: Rosie (Lily Collins) and Alex (Sam Claflin) grew up on the same street in England, developing romantic longings that they kept hidden. After a drunken teenage kiss, they rebound into the arms of other people: Rosie hooks up with the school hunk Greg (Christian Cooke), while Alex takes wannabe supermodel Bethany (Suki Waterhouse) to the big dance. Then Rosie and Alex's plan to go to university together in Boston is derailed by an unexpected pregnancy. Over the next 12 years they live on opposite sides of the Atlantic, trying to get on with their romantic lives. Alex finds a serious girlfriend (Tamsin Egerton) while Rosie re-connects with Greg and gets support from a pal (Jaime Winstone). But they never stop pining for each other.
Shot and edited in a bouncy rom-com style, it's immediately obvious where this is heading, so screenwriter Juliette Towhidi has to work overtime to throw the audience off the scent, which leaves the movie spinning in circles while we wait for the inevitable to happen. Fortunately, the characters are vivid enough to keep us entertained, as people move in and out of each others' lives providing the laughs and tears for Rosie and Alex, as well as the audience. Even if the characters are predictable and simplistic, Collins and Claflin manage to find moments of real depth along the way. Although it's difficult not to think that one proper conversation between these lifelong best pals would have saved them decades of frustration.
Continue reading: Love, Rosie Review
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