Hugh Grant And Anna Eberstein Expecting Another Child Together
Hugh Grant will add another child to his growing family. A close source to Grant has revealed that he is expecting his second child with Swedish television producer Anna Eberstein – this will be the British star’s 4th offspring.
Hugh Grant is going to be a father again, and he could not be happier. The About a Boy and American Dreamz‘s actor is expecting another child with his friend and baby mama, Anna Eberstein.
Eberstein, a Swedish television producer, is also the mother of Grant’s 3-year-old son, John Mungo Grant. Eberstein lives just minutes away from Grant’s mansion in West London, making it possible for him to see his son very often. In an interview with Swedish newspaper Nöjesbladet, he explained that he is very close to Eberstein and added:
“We are very good friends and she’s a very good mother. I see him] all the time, all the time – most days. My relationship with my son was excellent, I love him very much.”
Another woman, who resides just miles away from the Bridget Jones’s Diary‘s star, is his other lover and baby mama, Tinglan Hong. Hong, who was pregnant at the same time as Eberstein, welcomed a baby boy named Felix Grant in 2012.
Grant and Hong also share a 4-year-old daughter, Tabitha Jīng Xǐ. Talking about how surprising fatherhood can be, Mr. Grant stated:
“Lots of people warned me … [that] the baby period is not that exciting. But I am excited, actually. I thought, well, I’ll bluff through — but very little bluffing has been required. I’m absolutely thrilled to have had her, I really am. And I feel a better person.”
He plans to leave show business to focus on his life, the talented actor said:
“I like my daughter very much. Fantastic. Has she changed my life? I’m not sure. Not yet. Not massively, no. But I’m absolutely thrilled to have had her, I really am. And I feel a better person. On the whole, I’ve been trying to get out of showbusiness for the last five years. I really don’t do very much acting any more. I’m doing a film next spring, but mostly my life is politics.”
What are your thoughts on Hugh Grant’s decision to concentrate more on fatherhood?