Jonathan Rhys Meyers' Adorable Son Wolf Steals The Show As He Crashes The TV Interview
March 6, 2018 16:59 By Fabiosa
Jonathan Rhys Meyers has opened up about fatherhood in a recent interview on TV. Wolf, who is just 15-month-old, was watching the interview behind the scenes with his mom Mara Lane.
The actor was on Good Morning Britain to promote his upcoming film Damascus Cover when his little boy wandered onto the set.
Jonathan Rhys' family is the most important thing in his life
The couple - who have been together since 2013 - became first-time parents when they welcomed baby Wolf shortly before Christmas last year. His partner, Mara Lane, said the Irish star is a loving father since welcoming their first son in December.
While the Cork native does not have any social media accounts, Lane has an Instagram page, which she shares with her dog Toca.
Hold up! Baby's in the house
Jonathan Rhys Meyers' baby son stole the show during an interview today when he crashed the set to say hi to his dad.
The cameras were quick to turn to the toddler occupying himself backstage before he made his way to the set to inspect what his father was up to.
— Jonathan Rhys Meyers (@JRM_Love) March 2, 2018
Meyers took a lot of pride as his son marched around the set winning over the hearts of everyone in the studio.
It’s beautiful. It’s one of the best things you are going to do. The 40-year-old said of being a father. It’s a lot easier than making films.
Meyers added that he hadn’t spent more than an hour apart from his son over the last four months.
Children make for the funniest stories
As a parent, you have to try to have a good sense of humor about things. Children often do things that you could get annoyed about or if you're in the right frame of mind, you could merely laugh about because they weren't trying to misbehave as it was kind of funny!
Let's take a look at the hilarious things other people's kids are doing!
It's not all plain sailing, but if you take the right attitude, you'll find yourself having a lot more fun because there aren't many years in which your kids are hilarious.