Jamie Dornan describes his relationship with his wife and he couldn't be farther from his "Fifty Shades" character

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Okay ladies, this one’s for you! Actor, Jamie Dornan revealed what he finds attractive and what his real-life romance is like, and he’s so NOT Christian Grey it’s crazy.

The Fifty Shades Darker actor might be married, and have two children, but that doesn’t mean he can’t share a little romance advice.

Dornan opened up about what he finds attractive in a woman during an interview with Cosmopolitan for their January 2017 issue and we’re listening.

“Girls who are at ease with themselves, in whatever sort of way that manifests itself,” Dornan told Cosmopolitan.

“And I guess I have my own meaning of it: girls who’ve got their sh*t sorted and are comfortable with who they are,” he explained. “If who they are is a bit unhinged, that’s fine as long as they’re accepting of it!”

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He also explained that being playful and laughing is very important in a relationship and we totally agree.

“I like laughter — I like trying to make people laugh, and I like when people make me laugh,” Dornan said. “I think my wife’s very funny, so we have a giggle a lot.”

While laughter is a definite must for Dornan, he also revealed what he wouldn’t want in his life, or marriage…a Red Room!

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“I’d never in a million years have a Red Room. I learned from doing the research for the films that it’s just so far from what works for me,” the Irish actor told the publication.

“And I’ve got kids, so I’d be dealing with some pretty heavy locks,” he joked. “I would save some money by not building a Red Room.”

We’re pretty sure most people wouldn’t have a Red Room, so no harm or foul there…LOL.

As for the laughter-is-the-best-medicine in a relationship, we are on the same page Jamie. What do you think is key to a good romance? Would you go Fifty Shades Darker?

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