Tom Hardy’s Wife Fed Up of $55M Rich Jiu-Jitsu Campion’s Love for Canines: “You’re not allowed to bring another dog back from a job”

Tom Hardy's Wife Fed Up of $55M Rich Jiu-Jitsu Campion's Love for Canines: "You're not allowed to bring another dog back from a job"

Tom Hardy, the immensely talented British actor, is not just a face on the screen, his deep affection for dogs has always been a well-known aspect of his personality. However, this profound love for canines has recently become a source of pressure in his relationship with his wife, Charlotte Riley.

Tom Hardy
English Actor, Tom Hardy

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Previous reports suggest that Riley, an accomplished actress in her own right, has grown tired of the constant inflow of dogs in their lives due to Hardy’s unwavering dedication.

Charlotte Riley Warned Tom Hardy For His Love For Dogs

Charlotte Riley And Tom Hardy
Tom Hardy And His Wife Charlotte Riley

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Tom Hardy adored canines to such an extent that he would bring one as his companion to the premiere of Legend, a gangster movie where he portrayed identical twins Reggie and Ronnie Kray.

A yellow lab mix named Woodstock, lovingly nicknamed Woody had the privilege of being his date. Woody was no ordinary dog either he had his claim to fame, having been featured in a PETA campaign alongside his beloved adopted father.

The Inception star’s devotion to his furry companions was unwavering. He not only brought them to movie sets and red carpets but also spoke about them at length, openly admitting his preference for animals over humans. He explained,

“I’m the finder of dogs, you know what I mean. My missus, she’s like, You’re not allowed to bring another dog back from a job. But I’ll always find one. On every job we go on, I’ll either find someone’s dog and look after it, or I’ll take my dog, or I find a dog and we home it.”

Tom Hardy
Tom Hardy Loved Dogs

During the filming of Lawless in Atlanta, Hardy stumbled upon Woody wandering along a highway. Unable to resist the urge to rescue the canine, he brought him back to London.

Despite his wife’s objections, he continued to find dogs on every job, either taking care of someone else’s or providing a loving home to a newfound furry friend.

Tom Hardy And His Livelong Love For Dogs

The English actor is not only for his remarkable performances on the silver screen but also for his profound and enduring love for dogs.

Tom Hardy
Tom Hardy’s Dog, Max

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From his teenage years, Hardy’s attachment to canines became clear when he met Max, a pit bull-Labrador mix who became his faithful companion.

Their bond was so strong that the artist insisted on bringing Max to his acting classes, viewing him as a source of support and an image of unwavering love.

Tragically, Max’s passing in 2011 left a deep void in Hardy’s heart. To honor his beloved pet, the actor chose to cremate Max and kept his ashes on the sofa, where the dog had enjoyed countless moments of companionship. He shared,

“Max was my support unit, it’s like I had a focus; I had an identity and higher self-esteem because something relied on me and loved me constantly. Then I felt important. I can’t stand that kind that fights their dogs.”

Tom Hardy
Tom Hardy And His Love For Dogs

Hardy’s affection for dogs extends far beyond personal experiences. He has consistently showcased his dedication to animal welfare and adoption.

Whether on movie sets or public events, he has frequently been seen accompanied by his cherished canines, embodying the profound connection he shares with these loyal companions.

His passion and devotion continue to inspire countless individuals to consider adopting and caring for these incredible creatures, highlighting the transformative power of the human-animal connection.

Source: Looper

Written by Muskan Chaudhary