Josh Hartnett and Tamsin Egerton gets married in secret back in November
Last Modified: Mar 8, 2022
Josh Hartnett and his longtime girlfriend Tamsin Egerton have secretly wed in November 2021.
The UK Sun reported that The Pearl Harbor actor married a fellow actress at The Old Marylebone Town Hall in London with only close family and friends. The venue’s Soho room reportedly seats only 12 people.
A friend of the pair said to the outlet, “They’re as smitten as ever and wanted to make it official in a low-key affair. It was a classy ceremony with only a handful of close family and friends. They’re really happy living a low-key life away from showbiz parties and red carpets, so [they] are happy to fly under the radar.”
Hartnett, 43, and Egerton, 33 have three children together. They had welcomed their third child in January 2021.
In a Jan 2021 interview with Mr. Porter, Hartnett shared, “The thing I am most proud of is that I’m a father of three and I have a good relationship with my partner and great family life. and I’m still able to do good work and, as I’ve got older, the characters have become more interesting.”
Although Josh Hartnett was a Hollywood star in the early 2000s, he stepped away from fame so that he could take care of his mental health. He famously turned down the role of Superman in 2002 because back then he thought the role of a risk and he was being offered roles by very top directors.
Speaking of his days at the apex of his career, he said, “I was on the cover of every magazine. I couldn’t really go anywhere. I didn’t feel comfortable in my own skin. I was alone. I didn’t trust anyone.”
He also added, “I started to realize that I had to perform in a certain way in the marketplace or I was going to lose my career. And I had never really thought of it as a career up until that point. I was basically very naïve.”
He also spoke of his work-life since stepping away from the spotlight, “I still get offered film and TV roles, luckily, but years ago, if I saw a role I wanted, there was a good chance I could grab it. When I see a role now, I’ve got to fight for it. It’s not bad. It’s actually more rewarding. Depressing when something doesn’t go your way, but only for a minute.”