Belfast Telegraph

Monday 5 October 2015

Andrew Garfield: I want a family

Published 28/05/2012

Andrew Garfield
Andrew Garfield

Andrew Garfield would "love" to have children.

The British actor is dating his The Amazing Spider-Man co-star Emma Stone. Although the pair are fiercely private about their romance, Andrew has confessed that he looks forward to the day when he starts a family.

"I'd love to be a dad!" Andrew excitedly told UK magazine GQ. "I'd love to. But I want to be sure of what my value system is before that happens."

Andrew has romanced a series of beautiful actresses on the big screen. He has shared on screen kisses with stars including Emma, Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan.

The 28-year-old heartthrob realises he is lucky to have worked with such gorgeous women.

"I don't have any idea how I've ended up with all these stunners! It's quite, ahem, humbling!" he laughed.

Andrew strives to remain out of the public spotlight, admitting he would "prefer not to engage with" being famous.

However, he is often curious about rumours which are circulating about him.

He has joked that his pet dog tries to dissuade from him using Google to find news stories about himself.

The mongrel terrier mix recently put a paw on Andrew's hand just as he was about to conduct a search.

"[It was as if he was saying] 'No! Don't do it!' and I looked at him and said, 'All right. You're right.' And I didn't."

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