Jamie Dornan has admitted he will never be over the death of his mother.
The Fifty Shades of Grey star opened up about her death, in a candid interview on UTV.
Jamie, 35, revealed that having his own family now, makes him think even more of losing his mum to pancreatic cancer, when he was just 16.
“I think having two kids has an impact on that,” he said. “So I think the impact it had on me is forever evolving.
“Watching my wife be a mother and both my sisters being mothers, and seeing the role a mother plays in young lives and then realising that, you know, I didn’t have that for a section of my youth.
“It was a horrendous time in my life and you are never over it,” he admitted.
The Fall star also praised his father for being strong after her death, and also battling cancer himself.
“Dad’s had cancer, he’s in remission from that,” he explained.
“Basically every version of dad ends with positivity, that’s all I can say, I mean he will turn every negative into a positive instantly.”