Daniel Radcliffe, Erin Darke’s hit red carpet since their 2014 debut

Last Modified: 9th Sep

Actor Daniel Radcliffe and his girlfriend Erin Darke made their red carpet-appearance on March 14, 2020, after eight years. The notoriously private couple had last hit the red carpet in 2014 at the Tony Awards.

Radcliffe, 32, and Darke, 37, who started dating in 2012, looked very much in love while attending The Lost City premiere. He appears alongside Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, and Brad Pitt in the new adventure comedy film.

At the event, The Harry Potter star wore a printed navy button-down shirt and a casual black jacket with matching trousers. Darke stunned with a mini patterned navy blue dress detailed with long sleeves and a collar. She matched it with sheer leggings and green boots.

Daniel Radcliffe, Erin Darke (Image: Getty Images)

The pair met on the set of the 2013 film Kill Your Darlings where they shot a sex scene.

Speaking of their intimate screen time,  Radcliffe told People in April 2019, “It’ll be a hell of a story to tell our kids one day because of what our characters do with each other. Our characters are meeting and flirting with each other, so there is this kind of sweet record of us just meeting for the first time and flirting.”

He also added that there was “no acting going on” during the said scene.

In an interview with Playboy in October 205, he shared, “That’s a wonderful record of us flirting for the first time. There’s no acting going on—not from my end, anyway. There’s a moment when she makes me laugh, and I’m laughing as me and not as my character. She was incredibly funny and smart. I knew I was in trouble.”

When asked about his desire to have lots of kids, although he is an only child, he shared, “You mature so much quicker—I became amazingly good at entertaining myself. For selfish reasons, I like the idea of lots of kids. I want a sort of Ocean’s Eleven of children.”

Erin Darke also has had a successful career. She appeared in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Good Girls Revolt.

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