Natalie Dormer, who plays Margaery Tyrell on Game of Thrones, and her husband David Oakes welcomed their first child in secret in January.
Natalie pregnancy came as a complete surprise to everyone. According to reports, the Game of Thrones actress and her husband David Oakes welcomed their first child in secret in January. Natalie Dormer announced the happy news on That’s After Life, a podcast hosted by her friend Esther Rantzen. Her baby girl, according to the new mother, is a “absolute pleasure.”
Pandemic- A Blessing In Disguise For Natalie Dormer?
The actress, who rose to fame as Margaery Tyrell on HBO’s Game of Thrones, joked that the pandemic was the ideal time to get pregnant and start a family.
The three-month-old baby is already instructing her mother in a variety of ways. Dormer, for example, has promised to never complain about shooting hours again now that she has seen what sleep deprivation is like.
She is, however, grateful for the elegant cure that helped her overcome—hormones. Dormer didn’t believe it when people told her, “Your entire outlook on life will change, and your whole set of value system will change,” until she had her own kids. Things have changed since then.
Dormer on her way back to Theatres
The beautiful actress is also considering taking a break from acting in films and television shows now that her baby has arrived, as she feels it would be difficult. She preferred to return to her theatrical roots.
“But who knows when it would happen with COVID. I pity our theaters around the country; they’re going through a tough time “she continued.
Others in the industry depend heavily on babysitting services to transport their children to various locations where they work. The appeal of theatre, on the other hand, was that she could spend the whole day with her son.
Dormer Intends to be an active mother
She also struggled to return to television because she didn’t want the baby’s “childhood memory” to be tainted. She is also a strong proponent of putting children first in all.
She has also stated that, aside from climate change, children are the most critical and need our attention. “I believe so strongly in the NSPCC tagline, ‘Every Childhood is Worth Fighting For,'” she said.
Dormer met her daughter’s father when they both appeared in the West End play Venus in Fur in 2019. The pair has made a number of public appearances since then.
However, since Dormer avoids social media and her husband maintains a professional presence on social media, viewers may have to accept that these celebrities live a relatively private life.