Nov 30, 2016 10:02 AM EST | By AASalvador
This time it is not "Fifty Shades Darker" couple Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson dating that fills the headline. "The Fall" actor and his wife Amelia Warner are seen on dating on the red carpet during the premiere of "Mum's List" at The Curzon, Mayfair in London.
Images of Jamie Dornan and wife Amelia Warner published by Daily Mail depicts a couple in love as the "Fifty Shades Darker" actor gaze lovingly at his partner in life. Both were dressed down looking casual in their get up. "Mum's List" actress wore a red patterned blouse over a pair black tight pant and paired with cobalt heeled sandals from Nicholas Kirkwood. Jamie Dornan looks so gorgeous in dark jeans and blue blazer that Dakota Johnson would probably drool over him.
"Mum's List" is a film about a mother diagnosed with cancer. She then writes a list for her son when she learned that her life is about to end. Is the movie an inspiration of Amelia Warner's health condition? There have been nasty rumours that "The Fall" actor's wife has been sick and some fans are criticizing Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson for dating in spite of Amelia Warner's worsening condition. Rumours had been rife that Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson are soon announcing their engagement after "The Fall" actor settled the divorce with wife Amelia Warner.
If there's a grain of truth in rumours that Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson are dating, the "Fifty Shades" actress would certainly be devastated to know that her beau is now in good terms with his wife. As there are also speculations that Dakota Johnson is pregnant, news of the red carpet event in London could certainly be devastating to Matthew Hitt's former girlfriend.
With all these rumours surrounding the real life couple, Jamie Dornan might have all the reason to shun away from social media to protect his wife and children, Dulcie and Phoebe. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for the latest news and update about Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson.
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