Hugh Grant will marry for the first time

57-year-old Hollywood star will marry with18 years younger girlfriend.

He has been called one of England’s most sought-after single freaks, but now the hopeful counselors have to give up. After a long life as a bachelor, 57-year-old Hollywood star Hugh Grant will be married for the first time later this month. The elder is his 18 years younger girlfriend, Swedish Anna Eberstein.

It reveals The Sun, documenting the upcoming wedding with a picture of the screen at the registration office in the fashionable London district of Chelsea, where Grant and his future wife’s names are clearly read.

The registration office is not far from the couple’s luxury villa in western London. According to The Sun, the wedding will end before the end of May.

“This day, none of Hugh’s friends ever had come. He soon becomes retired, and finally, he has become a family man, “says a source of the forthcoming marriage to The Sun.

Hugh Grant and Anna Eberstein met each other six years ago, and shortly after, the Swedish television producer became pregnant. Today, the couple has three children together, and the role of the father has apparently changed ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ star, who previously had a reputation as one of Hollywood’s most hated characters.

“When he got children, he changed from being an absolutely horrible person to being a pretty awful person,” said Elizabeth Hurley, who was with Grant for 13 years.

The development has been a while, for Grant got her first child with Tinglan Hong in 2011. They got their second child together in 2013 – three months after Anna Eberstein had born his and Grant’s first son, John Mungo Grant.

The Sun does not know exactly where and when the wedding is to take place. You should also not expect to have an invitation. Hugh Grant is known for protecting his privacy and has been in the clinic with the British tabloid press.

He has, amongst other things, going to court to get another tabloid newspaper, Daily Mirror, sentenced to hack his phone. Earlier this year, they entered into a settlement that cost Daily Mirror a six-digit sum in British pounds, writes the BBC.

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