Jamie Dornan never wanted to be famous.
The 'Fifty Shades Darker' actor insists it is easy to lead a normal life with his wife Amelia Warner and their two young daughters and thinks most stars who complain about being scrutinised should just do more to stay out of the public eye if they genuinely hate the attention.
He said: "It's pretty easy [to stay low-key]. There's nothing to it, don't talk about them and don't drag them to the opening of envelopes and not dragging myself to them helps too.
"I've never wanted to be famous, that has never been part of my make-up. And there's a lot to be said for that.
"If you don't want it, dont invite it in. I know, in some cases, it's unavoidable, and my sympathies for those unfortunate individuals.
"But for the vast majority, there's a part of them, if not all, that wants it. You'd have to. But my life is normal apart for days when I'm on the red carpet and posing for pictures and those days are few and far between. Everything in between, that is pretty normal."
While Jamie is sad he's finished filming the 'Fifty Shades' franchise now as current installment 'Fifty Shades Darker' and third movie 'Fifty Shades Freed' were shot at the same time, he's excited about what the future holds.
He told heat magazine: "Its very bittersweet actually. We were all sad to be done, so getting to do the red carpet and hang out with the crew and cast and Dakota [Johnson] - who has become a good friend through all of this - that's the icing right there. It's sad to finish but it's good to look ahead."