“Clearly,” he smiles as we take a seat on the laughably spacious patio overlooking the West End, “I’m in the wrong job!
”Although he possesses impossibly chiselled matinee idol good looks, the 37-year-old actor is very far from the cliche of a Hollywood leading man.
This election may be a bit more difficult than some of us expect at this time.
Occupying a large chunk of the top floor of an upscale Soho hotel, the suite contains more rooms than most people’s houses.
It features such lavish accoutrements as a pair of carved wooden leopards flanking the sofa (no, me neither).
The couple have been dating since 2012 "I think if you spend too much time courting people's attention into your personal life, you lose your ownership of it," he continued.
Are Josh Hartnett and his girlfriend Tamsin Egerton expecting a second baby?
I gotta make money.'" Celebrities who have inspired baby names The couple have one daughter together It's no surprise that Josh and Tamsin haven't announced they are expecting their second child.
"I was maybe 22, but I saw the danger." His agents dropped him shortly thereafter.Just to prove quite how splendiferous it is, the suite also boasts a huge shower with a waterproof chair in the middle, lest the process of washing yourself standing up becomes too tiring.Hartnett confesses that he is not staying overnight here and that he has never in his whole life been in a suite quite so grandiose.New dad Josh, 37, seemed to be taking fatherhood in his stride, carrying the newborn in a baby carrier as he walked behind Tamsin into a waiting car. I saw what it could do to people pretty quickly." The couple recently purchased a new home in London as they awaited the arrival of their firstborn.A light patterned pink blanket covered the baby – suggesting that perhaps the couple have welcomed a daughter. Josh sold his four-bedroom mansion in Minnesota in June, and now lives with British actress Tamsin in a north London property."If I could go back and take with me my wisdom of today, I wish I'd been more resilient," he told During President Barack Obama's re-election campaign in 2012, Hartnett gave a talk to about 300 guests at the University of Minnesota in support of the president.