Robbie Coltrane speaks out in a rare admission about his 'steady' girlfriend of ...

ROBBIE COLTRANE - actor, well known as Rubeus Hagrid in - has spoken out in a rare admission about his girlfriend and admitted he doesn't want "any babies".

PUBLISHED: 23:00, Sat, Sep 19, 2020 | UPDATED: 23:01, Sat, Sep 19, 2020

icon Robbie Coltrane, 70, who emerged in the late 1970s when he appeared in the Comic Strip and A Kick Up the 80s, has opened up about his girlfriend of 12 years in a rare chat. The Scottish actor was previously married to sculptor Rhona Gemmell from 1999 until 2003. 


I don't want any babies!

Robbie Coltrane

Robbie began by speaking about how his life is no longer as "wild" as to used to be in a new interview.

"I still like to drive my '65 Mustang at ridiculous speeds and things like that, that's never going to leave me, but I'm a 70-year-old man."

Robbie then insisted: "I don't want any babies!" while referring to the fact Mick Jagger is doing exactly that in his seventies. 

The Hagrid star has two adult children Spencer McMillan and Alice McMillan from his marriage with Rhona.

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He added: "I've got my babies. They're up and running.

"I have a steady girlfriend.

"We've been going out for 12 years now, and she's a grown up," he said during this week's Radio Times.

Robbie is now currently starring in Urban Myths: Orson Welles, after having dropped out of the spotlight during a tough period with osteoarthritis and the end of his marriage.

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