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Family bond: Newlywed Rachel keeps husband Daniel and son Henry close

16 AUGUST 2011

Less than two months after tying the knot, Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz have already established a tight family unit.

The newlyweds were spotted at Newark International airport at the weekend along with Rachel's five-year-old son Henry Chance.

One of the first sightings of the couple since their June 22 nuptials, Rachel held hands with both her new husband and her little boy as the trio made their way through the airport together.


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Henry was one of just four guests at the top secret wedding; the other invitees were Daniel's 18-year-old daughter Ella and two of the couple's friends.

Fiercely private Daniel and Rachel have kept details of their big day tightly under wraps – in a recent interview with Esquire magazine, the 43-year-old explained why he prefers to keep his private life just that.

"I have a responsibility to protect the people around me," he said. "And I can't protect them if I just give them up.

"You know, 'Let me tell you something about them…'. That's shooting them in the back, because how can they defend themselves?

"That goes for my family, my friends – and I expect that of the people I have around me. I say, 'OK, we'll look after each other, protect one another.'"


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The James Bond actor has been on the promotional trail recently with his new movie Aliens and Cowboys.

And this week more stills were released from his upcoming film Dream House, in which he starred, and fell in love with, Rachel.

The chemistry between the pair on screen is clear in the horror flick, in which Daniel stars as a successful publisher who relocates with his wife (Rachel) and daughters to a quaint New England town.

But as they settle into their new life, the family learns of a brutal crime committed against the former residents of their home.

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