Daniel Radcliffe has done well to keep his personal life just that despite eight mega selling 'Harry Potter' films and a hive of interest in the 22 year-old actor, who next month will see the release of his first major film since the J.K ROWLING books' film adaptations wound up, playing Arthur Kipps in the fellow novel adaptation 'The Woman In Black.' However, in an interview with gossip magazine Heat, he opened up about his girlfriend ROSIE COKER, suggesting that she was "lovely" and "too good for him."
The interview hasn't been publicly released on newsstands yet, but the UK's Daily Mail reports that Radcliffe told the magazine "Rosie's lovely. She's a wonderful, wonderful girl, who's far too good for me. I find myself constantly going, "S**t, you don't know what you're in for yet." Discussing how they interact with each other, the actor admitted that Coker had a lot to put up with - not least his poor housekeeping habits. "We've just been away for a few days and I went straight home, while she had to go to her parents," he explained, furthering "I got a call from her at lunchtime when she'd just arrived at our house and she goes, 'OK. Just going to start by saying you're a disgusting human being.'"
"I was like, 'Why?', knowing full well what I'd done. The place had been spotless and I came home and exploded. Everything went everywhere." However, Radcliffe might be messy behind the scenes but in front of the camera during his latest promotional run he's been nothing but clean cut and clear about the his goals for the future. 'The Woman In Black' will be a good indicator as to just how far he can go.