Harry Potter becomes a dad: Daniel Radcliffe expecting a child with his partner Erin Darke

The years pass inexorably for everyone. Daniel Radcliffe, who for many will remain in the heart as the Harry Potter bespectacled wizard of their childhood, is about to become a dad.

Here’s some news that will immediately make Harry Potter fans feel “older”, who grew up with the protagonists of the saga. Daniel Radcliffe, who is 33 today, is expecting a child! Or rather, his partner is waiting for him Erin Darke. The two met in 2013 on the set of the film Kill Your Darlings (Young rebels), where Radcliffe played the poet of the beat generation Allen Ginsberg as a young man and Darke a love interest of his, and have now been together for almost 10 years.

Daniel Radcliffe becomes a father

Precisely referring to a sex scene in the 2013 film starring Radcliffe and Darke, the actor had told People TV in 2019: “It will be a crazy story to tell our children one day, because of what our characters do That was the beginning of our beautiful relationship. Our characters meet and flirt and then there’s this sweet testimony of us meeting for the first time and flirting.” Daniel Radcliffe e Erin Darke they then worked together again in the third season of the series Miracle Workers. The couple has kept away from the spotlight as much as possible, even if she accompanied her partner last year to the preview of the film Weird: the Al Yankovic Story at the Toronto Film Festival. We don’t know when the happy event will be, but the news of Erin Darke’s pregnancy has been confirmed and since their meeting the actor had made no secret of wanting to be a young dad, as he declared in an interview with Time Out: “I like the idea of ​​being a young parent so I have the energy to play football, although they better be better at it by age 4 than me. I grew up around people who were going to have children when I met them, because many were older than me. And I saw the wonderful change that took place in them”. We don’t know if the football rule applies to a daughter, but we’re glad for him either way.

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