David Thewlis Weds Partner Hermine, Pens Poetic Tribute to Wife

The ‘Harry Potter’ actor reveals that he has become a married man as he heaps praise on his wife while referring to ‘rings on [their] fingers]’ in a long, poetic caption on an Instagram post.

AceShowbizDavid Thewlis has gushed about his love for his French partner Hermine online, indicating the two have quietly tied the knot.

The “Harry Potter” actor uploaded a photo of the two kissing to Instagram, adding a long, poetic caption, partly in French, referencing “rings” and “love at first sight.”

“When I first met Hermine she was wearing a cherry red dress with white polka dots and smoking tobacco from a clay pipe,” he wrote on Friday (16Jul21)

“She told me she was the retired ringmistress of a travelling flea circus I thought she was joking, but it was true. Ca a ete un coup de foudre. (It was love at first sight.) These days nobody smokes and the only rings are on our fingers.”

“These days, sleeping beside her, I wake up laughing in the middle of the night. Tomorrow she is leaving for Paris and Provence to visit her family for the first time in over a year, whilst I must remain here in London, hawking fine literature to the masses.”

“I am already a little lost. I feel like one of her poor fleas, off balance and out of control on a flying trapeze, with no net and no one to catch me.”

Hermine is David’s second wife – he was previously wed to Welsh actress Sara Sugarman from 1992 to 1994 and dated Anna Friel from 2001 to 2010. The former couple shares 16-year-old daughter, Gracie.

The Brit – who shared a number of pictures of Hermine by herself in his post – previously kept their relationship out of the spotlight. He did, however, call Hermine his “patient wife” in an earlier post (Apr21) about his upcoming novel “Shooting Martha“.

He wrote at the time, “I spent much of 2019 and the beginning of 2020 writing my second novel, only taking a brief pause to shoot Charlie Kauffman‘s I’m Thinking of Ending Things (film). I stayed in (writing) all day and night, every day and night and didn’t see anyone except my patient wife, Hermine.”

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