Liz Hurley's son finally permitted to watch godfather Hugh Grant's movie

   Mar 24, 6:52 pm

London, Mar 24 (ANI): Elizabeth Hurley's son has finally watched his godfather Hugh Grant in a film, something he was not allowed to do earlier due to the actor's onscreen swearing.

The ' Notting Hill' star voices the lead seafaring character in new animated film 'The Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists'.

He walked the red carpet in London on Wednesday night for the premiere, the Daily Star reported.

Grant headed inside for the screening and was later snapped sneaking his godson Damian - Hurley's nine-year-old boy - out of the cinema.

Hurley, cricketer Shane Warne's fiance, has previously revealed she was always trying to find some work of Grant that her kids could see.

"We're always trying to find something that Uncle Hugh has done that he can see, but they're full of swear words. It's quite difficult trying to find stuff for kids," she said. (ANI)

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