The wedding ring on actor Jeremy Renner’s finger said it all. It was a virtual confirmation of his marriage to Canadian model Sonni Pacheco.
Yes he said, when questioned on the marriage issue. This 43 year old hero of films like The Bourne Legacy, The Hurt Locker and The Avenger did not hesitate to share his marital status. And to back it up the wedding that he wore was simply a confirmation of the big change in his life. Sonni Pacheco who has born him a daughter was now his life partner.
“I have tried to protect my family’s privacy, my wife’s privacy. I don’t need her to get hammered with my life,” Renner said. “Privacy issues are important because I want her to go about her day without being bothered.”
Pacheco may be 20 years younger than him, yet he feels great about the partnership. Incidentally Pacheco was born and raised on a farm in the town of Pitt Meadows near Coquitlam, B.C. These two came across each other on the B.C. set of 2011’s Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. In this movie Jeremy was a Co- star with Tom Cruise while she worked as a stand-in.
He said the marriage is the best thing; I have done in my life. In fact I consider myself blessed for this and for many other accomplishments, I have achieved in life. At the same time however I am a little annoyed with the paparazzi. When I am out with my wife and daughter they do bother me.
He further went on to say, “The only thing I think about when I’m not with my baby is, How do I get to my baby? I need to get to her, and I’m very miserable when I don’t see her. The only thing that has changed is my perspective on things. I still work, probably even more. It used to be for myself so I’m not old and broke. All these things I still do, but I do it now for the future of my baby, and if it gets in the way of her well-being, then I stop.”
Talking about his role as a father, he said that, “It has changed my perspective on things I still work, probably even more. It used to be for myself so I’m not old and broke. All these things I still do, but I do it now for the future of my baby, and if it gets in the way of her well-being, then I stop."