It looks like rumors regarding the actor of “Fifty Shades Darker” are getting out of hand. According to the latest reports, Jamie Dornan is about to leave the trilogy because he wants to save his marriage.
Dornan plays the BDSM-oriented Christian Grey in E.L. James’ erotic trilogy. His role includes having intimate scenes with co-star Dakota Johnson, who plays as his leading lady Anastasia Steele.
Given the nature of their roles, various media outlets claim that it has taken a toll on his marriage to Amelia Warner. The couple has been together for three years and has two children.
According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, Dornan worries that his wife will have post-partum depression. Furthermore, the website reports that Dornan does everything he can to distance himself from Johnson off-screen.
Additionally, there are hearsays that the lead actor might drop the film to save his marriage. However, there is no proof to support the claims.
Amidst the never-ending gossips about their private life, Mail Online revealed photos of the couple having a romantic beach date weeks ago. The outlet wrote that Dornan always makes sure to spend time with his family during film breaks.
The snapshots unveiled the pair strolling on their bicycle. Aside from that, the photos show the couple having a fun time talking together.
— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) June 5, 2016
However, the pieces of evidence are still not enough for some “Fifty Shades Darker” fans. As per the website, others think that it was nothing but a PR stunt to deceive the public.
Worse, others claim that they are just hiding the fact that the marriage is in jeopardy. One comment on the article even accused the couple of being together only for the sake of their little children.
Twitter user Kristen Vicky released another photo, this time of Warner and Johnson having a meal in Vancouver, Canada on June 25.
— Kristen Vicky (@HQCelebrity1) June 27, 2016
This might be a solid piece of evidence that there is no tension among the three amidst the nature of the film. However, fans would still want to hear them address the issues.
“Fifty Shades Darker” will heat up the cinemas on Feb. 10, 2017.