The Fifty Shades star is now a dad-of-two

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Jamie Dornan has opened up about being a dad and it’s the cutest thing EVER.

The Fifty Shades Of Grey star is now a father of two, having welcomed his second child with wife Amelia Warner earlier this year, and he’s found being a parent to be an incredible experience.

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‘It’s the most magical thing in the world,’ Jamie, 34, said during an appearance on ITV’s This Morning on Friday. Awww.

Such a hands-on dad is our Jamie that he ensures his family travel around with him despite his busy schedule, having recently finished filming the next two films in the Fifty Shades franchise.

‘I’m a young father and I want to spend time with my kids,’ the actor explained. ‘So they come everywhere with me which we can afford to do at the moment before they start school.’

This adorable insight into his life as a daddy is even more special given that Jamie is extremely private when it comes to his family life.

[GIF] Jamie Dornan

The Irish star hasn’t revealed any details about his second child, who is sibling to his and Amelia’s 2-year-old daughter Dulcie, but being a father clearly suits him.

Jamie married actress and singer Amelia, 34, in 2013 after dating for four years and the couple recently stepped out together at the premiere of Jamie’s new film Anthropoid in London.

Despite his private home life, Jamie has fast become one of the most recognisable faces on our screens thanks to both Fifty Shades and his role in BBC drama The Fall.

This has led to him rather bizarrely having a bus named after him in Belfast, a poll he won after narrowly beating This Morning’s very own Eamonn Holmes!

Eamonn joked during Jamie’s appearance on the show: ‘It was whittled down between me and him! That was the opposition.

‘Who you do think the great Belfast public voted to name the bus after? …It wasn’t me!’

LOLs. Jamie then quipped: ‘It’s probably the most stoned bus in Belfast now I imagine seeing my mug on the backend of it!’

Er, we seriously doubt that, Mr Dornan.