The star of the movie “50 shades of grey” Dakota Johnson has given an interview to Tatler. In it she confirmed her romance with Chris has officially and gave a little review. She also told about sexual characters that she likes to play.
Last winter was first talked about novel of the Dakota and the singer of Coldplay Chris Martin. Then the actress appeared on the show and then the paparazzi have not once noticed the stars together. “I’m not going to talk about it. Just to say that I am very happy with it,” admitted the star. Well, that all is well.
Dakota also expressed his opinion about the power of women. He believes that girls who Express their opinions and control the sexuality is not a bitch or a diva. “I like to play sexy characters. For me they are very strong… I was always fascinated by women who know how to manage their sexuality, which I am proud, not passive. I don’t think that in order to be respected and feel your strength, you need to be a man. If you’re honest, if you’re overbearing, and you say what you think, you may sometimes be called a bitch or a diva. But it should not be”, — said the actress.
We will remind, the actress has already introduced new boyfriend with her father, actor Don Johnson. Journalists of the newspaper The Sun managed to find the impression of the don from their Chris first met. According to him, Chris is a talented man, and his priority to make her happy.
“He’s a great guy. In any case, each of us wants their children to be happy, no matter how it happens. Chris is a talented musician. I saw them in concert in a small club “the Troubadour” in Los Angeles, my daughter glowed with happiness,” said don Johnson told reporters.
A couple of days before new year Dakota and Chris noticed at the airport of Charles de Gaulle in Paris, which confirms their relationship. According to the insiders, the lovers spent a few days in the capital. The town they left together, and carefully concealed from photographers.
According to some, in the airport they got on the same car, but got out of it individually.