Hugh Grant Knows How to Make His Four Children Laugh

Hugh Grant has a surefire approach to make his kids giggle — by putting his underwear on his head.

“I consider it’s always comical to put your underpants on your head,” says a father of 4 to PEOPLE’s editor-in-chief Jess Cagle in a latest partial of The Jess Cagle Interview (streaming now on People TV).

The 57-year-old is father to daughter Tabitha Xaio Xi, 6, and son Felix Chang, 5, with ex Tinglan Hong, and John Mungo, 5 and a 2-year-old daughter with his girlfriend, TV writer Anna Eberstein.

And it’s not just underwear that gets put on his head. “My small girl, too, likes nappies on my head,” he adds.

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And nonetheless the Paddington 2 star — who is expecting his fifth child, his third with Eberstein — says that he too enjoys putting undergarments on his head, he records that there has been one hapless effect of this comical behavior.

“I done a mistake of display one of my sons my donkey all a time. ‘Hey, demeanour during this!’ Then he taught each singular child in West London to do a same,” he jokes.

Still Grant, who became a father for a initial time in 2011, says carrying children is “the nicest thing that’s ever happened to me.”

“It’s only poetic to have all that adore around,” a actor explains. “Suddenly we adore someone some-more than yourself. It’s unheard of in my case. And they adore you, and it’s all enchanting.”

And that’s partly since Grant doesn’t constantly “go rushing around for work.”

“I have 400 children and so many other things in my life,” he says, adding that “what’s good is when work comes along, it tends to be a bit some-more challenging. I’m too aged and nauseous to be a immature heading male in regretful comedies now, appreciate God.”

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Hugh Grant (left) and Anna Eberstein

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And while Grant says he didn’t confirm to star in Paddington 2 only since he suspicion his kids would adore a film, for a many partial they all do. But one of his sons thinks there’s a vital problem with a movie — his dad’s in it too much.

“One of my sons pronounced to me a whole approach through, ‘Why are we in it so much?’ ” a actor confesses. “That was hurtful.”

Paddington 2 hits theaters Friday.

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