Interview with The Telegraph
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Sam photographed by John Spinks at RIBA London

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Sam was recently interviewed by The Telegraph for the promotion of his recent movie Adrift. He talks about various aspects of his life, from his career to family life. Make sure to check out the full interview: Here.

Laura has always met the other person I’ve been intimate with, in that sense,’ he says. ‘With Shay [Shailene], she and Laura talked on the phone and on FaceTime and I just knew they would hit it off when they met.’” […]

There’s also Claflin’s more debonair recent experience of modelling for a DKNY campaign, shimmying through the streets of New York in a variety of well-cut suits. ‘I’ve developed expensive taste. My parents came shopping with me and they said, “How much for a pair of socks? You could buy two jumpers for that…”’ […]

“Passing the baton between film jobs, he and Haddock both take equal turns to work. They have never had a nanny. ‘We’ve had babysitters and friends and family. We had help for a month when our schedules clashed. But not a nanny. It’s not what we want. We want to be parents.’”[…]

“He doesn’t post much about his children online. ‘Purely because it’s not fair on them, later in life. What if one of them wanted to be a banker?’ We laugh. This is a man whose normality makes him abnormal, and thoroughly decent. A man for Hollywood as it – increasingly – would like to be. He heads home to Pip and baby Margot – now named to the world. ‘It’s not that I’m unduly private,’ he sums up. ‘It’s more that nobody ever asked before.’”