Having been together nearly a decade, the couple may seem unshakeable by now, but their relationship didn't start off on such solid footing.
Though Hammer once described their first meeting as "love at first sight" to in November, back in 2006, a mutual friend invited Chambers to an "adventure day" Hammer had planned with friends in Los Angeles that included multiple museum trips and a journey to a hidden gun range.
Now, Hammer recognizes that this perhaps wasn't the best way to start a relationship, but apparently, his chemistry with his future wife was unstoppable.
Hopefully the other man in Chambers' life has since come to accept that, and is just as happy with a partner of his own.
That’s where he found his love of movies, specifically and described the special relationship he had with the film’s director Luca Guadagnino.
“Honestly, I think I had fallen in love with Luca,” Hammer confessed.
If you're watching the 2018 Golden Globes on Sunday, Jan.
7 you can expect to see Armie Hammer's wife, Elizabeth Chambers, somewhere in the audience.
“Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” star Amber Tamblyn jumped onto the thread Monday afternoon, claiming that Woods tried to pick her and a friend up at a restaurant once. Final word on this: I don't give a s--- what liberals think." Woods must not enjoy his acting that much — Hammer revealed later that Woods had blocked him on Twitter and asked if Tamblyn had received the same treatment.
“Having a very profound familial bond with the people I’m doing the movies with, where you literally and constantly fall in love with all of them. And then it can be very complicated.” Hammer and his wife Elizabeth Chambers were first introduced by their mutual friend Tyler Ramsey but did not jump into a romantic relationship right away. I’m going to tell you if I slept with somebody,” he said.
Sometimes, this emotional flow can be very intense. Chambers already had a boyfriend and Hammer told that he found the three year period of friendship to be “incredibly liberating.” The actor elaborated further on their relationship’s beginnings and how it eventually ended up transitioning into something more.
I couldn't be more thankful for the experience." The film hits theaters Nov.
Hammer (who’s full name is Armand Douglas Hammer) is the great-grandson of the Russian-Jewish oil tycoon Armand Hammer.