Helen Mirren on Her Husband Taylor Hackford, “We Allow Each Other To Do Our Own Thing”

Veteran Hollywood star Helen Mirren “doesn’t want any criticism” from her husband Taylor Hackford. The 76-year-old actress has been married to film director Hackford since 1997 and insists that the pair only give each other “unconditional praise”, reports aceshowbiz.com.

“I believe in unconditional praise from one’s loved ones. I don’t want any criticism from (Taylor). And I give him unconditional praise likewise – more or less. We allow each other to do our own thing, and get on with it..,” she said.

The Oscar-winning star, who met the man behind films such as “An Officer and a Gentleman” while auditioning for “White Nights” and ended up dating him for a decade before saying “I do”, also revealed that the Covid lockdown was the first time in her career that the pair were able to spend a considerable amount of time together. Helen Mirren is going to be seen next in ‘Fast X’ alongside Vin Diesel and others.

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Helen Mirren told People: “I’ve worked every year since I was 20. Covid was the first time in the whole of my life I’ve not worked for six months. I know that people were suffering through that terrible, terrible time, but what was valuable for me was that I got to spend time with my husband and sit across the table from him every night for six months, which I’ve never done before, and not worry about or even think about work.”

However, the “Calendar Girls” actress, who will celebrate her silver wedding anniversary with Taylor Hackford in December 2022, also claimed that a key part of a successful relationship is having a sense of individual identity. “A really important part of love is to maintain your own sense of identity. In a way, that’s the most important thing of all, to not subsume yourself into someone else, far from it. Be honestly and authentically who you are.”

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