Hugh Grant Dating: In addition to being the co-founder of Ace Slippers, a London-based Scandinavian sock firm, Anna Eberstein, 41, is from Sweden and is the company’s CEO. According to Ace Slippers’ website, she and her cousin started their firm in 2014 with the goal of updating the classic Swedish slipper sock with a “more edgy appearance” (opens in new tab).
Eberstein received a master’s degree in economics from Uppsala University in Sweden before starting her own firm. When she left ESPN, she went on to work as a creative producer and director for corporate marketing projects, according to information gleaned from a now-defunct LinkedIn page (opens in new tab).
The connection between Grant and Eberstein can be traced back to at least 2012, when Eberstein gave birth to their first child (and Grant’s second) together, a boy called John, despite Grant’s penchant for secrecy. When Felix was born in December 2012, Grant and Tinglan Hong received a second child, a girl called Tabitha, who was born in September 2011.
Hugh Grant and Eberstein’s relationship didn’t come to light until early 2014, when numerous news sources discovered(opens in new tab) that Grant had been added to Eberstein’s son’s birth certificate sometime in 2013. Grant and Eberstein, however, had split by that time, and Grant told a Swedish newspaper in September 2014 that Eberstein and their kid were living close to him in London at the time of their separation. He described Eberstein as a “really excellent mother” and “a very good friend” at the time.
In December 2015, Grant and Eberstein welcomed their daughter, their second child together, and their relationship was reignited shortly thereafter. They have been together since then. On May 25, 2018, they tied the wedding in a low-key civil ceremony, only a few months before welcoming their third kid together—fifth, Grant’s for those who were keeping score at home. It was a surprise when Elizabeth Hurley, Grant’s ex-girlfriend for nearly a decade in the late ’80s and early ’90s, accidently spilled the news on a March 2018 edition of Watch What Happens Live.
Hugh Grant Early Life
On September 9, 1960, Hugh Grant was born in London, the capital of the United Kingdom. When Grant was a student at New College in Oxford, he studied English literature and performed only for the sake of it. He had no interest in pursuing a career in entertainment. The Oxford University Dramatic Society immediately recruited Grant to join its ranks when he appeared in a national tour of “Twelfth Night.
Before he became renowned, Grant worked as a book reviewer, a radio commercial writer, and a tutor, among other things. Grant returned to acting in England, where he appeared in several plays. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Roman Polanski’s “Bitter Moon” and other introspective pictures like “The Remains of the Day” cast Grant.