Wildly Private British Celebrities
Wealthy British celebrities often have second homes in the United States, either because they’re actors or because…why not? The following celebs have more than money and fantastic accents in common. These British celebrities are intensely private.
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz
Let’s be honest for a second: Did you know these two have been married for 3 years? The Life Elite didn’t. While we’re a bit embarrassed by that, we know why: They are super private. The couple is so private, they didn’t tell anyone about their marriage and married in front of only four witnesses. Daniel Craig even went James Bond on a fan at a supermarket in New York, grabbing his phone and asking what was so interesting about shopping with his wife. Rachel had to diffuse the situation, though she reportedly calmly lectured the fan about privacy.
Businessman James Stunt is a billionaire, married to Formula 1 heiress Petra Ecclestone and lives in the largest home in Los Angeles. While his wife has been in the public eye with her sister, James is intensely private. He’s so private, he’s never granted an interview! All of the information given to media is from trustworthy sources. Will James ever open up personally? All we know is it takes expert detective work to learn about him. We know he’s a private financier, avid art, wine and car collector. He’s also a mining and gaming industry tycoon who wears fabulous suits. Guess we’ll have to wait patiently for more details!
Who knew Harry Potter was so private? He’s in his early twenties, wealthy and famous, yet Daniel Radcliffe is so private, he doesn’t use social media. Can you imagine that? A millennial who doesn’t use social media. It sounds like a dream. It’s real. He’s gone on the record stating: “I don’t have Twitter and I don’t have Facebook, and I think that makes things a lot easier because if you go on Twitter and tell everybody what you’re doing moment to moment and then claim you want a private life, then no one is going to take that request seriously.”