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Hugh Grant to marry for the first time
    2018-05-23  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

He’s been referred to as one of the U.K.’s most eligible bachelors, but Hollywood star Hugh Grant is finally tying the knot.

The “Four Weddings and a Funeral” and “Paddington” star is set to wed the mother of three of his children, Swedish TV producer Anna Eberstein.

A photograph of the wedding banns has been posted in several newspapers.

Grant, 57, has five children in total, including two — Tabitha and Felix — with former partner Tinglan Hong.

Eberstein, 39, gave birth to her first child with Grant, a son, in 2012.

The couple then had a daughter, whose name has not been revealed, in December 2015.

In March this year, Grant’s ex-girlfriend Liz Hurley revealed that Grant and Eberstein had recently welcomed a third child but the sex is unknown.

Grant has starred in films including “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” “Notting Hill,” and “Paddington 2.”

He is also starring in the new BBC drama “A Very English Scandal,” playing disgraced Members of Parliament Jeremy Thorpe.

Earlier this year, Grant settled a phone-hacking damages claim against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) at the High Court.

It is understood the star will be paid a six-figure sum, which he will donate to the anti-scam campaign Hacked Off.

The actor said the newspaper group had been guilty of phone hacking on an “industrial scale” and called for another public inquiry to “get to the truth.”

MGN said it “deeply regretted” the acts and described them as “morally wrong.”

(SD-Agencies)

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