Actor Jamie Dornan looks unrecognisable in female outfit after playing dress up with his daughters


He returned to Instagram last month after a four-year absence.

And Jamie Dornan has continued to delight fans with a light-hearted snapshot uploaded to social media.

The actor, 38, squeezed into a red patterned midi dress, which he wore over the top of his jeans and coupled with glitzy platform heels.

The Fifty Shades star finished the outfit with a unkempt black wig styled into two low ponytails.

Jamie looked bemused as he posed in his daughters’ playroom and gazed toward the camera.

The father-of-two uploaded that photo alongside a caption that read: Dressing up with my daughters took a turn. Meet Jenny (with the blue hair). She’s sweet.’

It comes after the Northern Irish actor was forced to defend Gal Gadot’s ‘cringeworthy’ Imagine video that featured several celebrities singing the John Lennon hit.

The Wonder Woman actress, 34, recruited A-list stars including Jamie, Will Ferrell, Mark Ruffalo, Kristen Wiig and Amy Adams to take part in the video which was deemed out of touch by social media users.

Speaking on the Tea With Me podcast, Jamie admitted he was roped into the video by his friend and Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar co-star Kristen Wiig but insisted Gal was ‘trying to do a good thing’.

He said: ‘Kristen and I did a movie together last summer that’s meant to be coming out on July 31 but who knows what will happen.

‘We got on brilliantly. I would do anything for her – that’s how highly I think of her. I was the biggest fan of her before anyway.

‘Not being on social media, I wasn’t aware of the reaction – but was made aware by mates,’ he added.

‘Kristen texted, ‘Gal and I are trying to organise this thing to lift spirits.’

Jamie agreed to do the video and admitted he received a text message from Kristen several days after its release apologising for getting him involved.

He said: ‘So I was like: ‘Of course I’ll do it’. Then she texted days later saying, ‘Sorry’.’

Jamie filmed his segment from his toilet ‘to make it normal’ and insisted Gal was ‘trying to do a good thing’, adding: ‘I just got dragged along with it’.

The video was an attempt to lift people’s spirits during the coronavirus lockdowns taking place in several countries around the world.


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