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Who are Robbie Coltrane's children Spencer and Alice? | The Sun

Oct 15, 2022

MOVIE fans worldwide were left heartbroken after it was announced that actor Robbie Coltrane had sadly passed away.

While Robbie brought joy to millions of children worldwide as the character of Rubeus Hagrid in the Harry Potter series, there were only two that he called his own.

Who are Robbie Coltrane's children Spencer and Alice?

Robbie Coltrane leaves behind two children who he shared with his ex-wife Rhona Gemmell.

The former couple welcomed both a daughter and a son prior to getting married.

Alice McMillan

Alicie McMillan was born in 1998 in Edinburgh, Scotland and is the youngest child of Robbie and Rhona.

As a child, Alice and her brother were sheltered from the spotlight and lived very private lives as they were growing up – despite their father's legendary movie career.

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However, as Alice grew older, she didn't hesitate to follow in her father's footsteps and enter the world of acting.

She is best known for her roles in The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (2021), Roadkill (2020), and The Souvenir (2019).

On Saturday, October 15, 2022, Alice shared a poignant tribute to her late father after his agent confirmed the day earlier that he had sadly died in hospital in Scotland after a long health battle that had left him wheelchair bound.

Taking to Instagram, Alice shared a sweet snap of her, and her father hugging accompanied with a heart emoji.

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Spencer McMillan

Spencer McMillan was born in 1992 and is the eldest child of Robbie and Rhona.

Beside the year he was born, there is not much pubically known about the late actors son.

From being a child, Spencer has preferred to live a more private life and has remained away from the spotlight.

Who is Robbie Coltrane's ex-wife Rhona Gemmell?

Robbie first met Rhona Gemmell back in December 1988 – she was a college student, and he was a rising star.

Throughout her career, Rhona has worked as a sculptor and pilates and wellness teacher in Scotland and London.

During her career, she has held positions with pilates-focused health studios such as Body Control Pilates and Otago Street Pilates.

According to her bio on Otago Street Pilates Rhona began her pilates journey in 1998 – after looking for a way to control her back pain.

She was awarded certifications in Body Control Master Matwork and Comprehensive Studio.

Alongside running her studio and online teachings, Rhona also teaches for the National Theatre of Scotland and holds regular back health workshops for the NHS.

After dating for a decade and welcoming their two children into the world, the pair married on December 11, 1999.

But just four years after walking down the aisle, the couple decided to separate.

They later divorced.

Why did Robbie Coltrane and Rhona Gemmell divorce?

When the news of the couple's marriage breakdown was announced Coltrane disappeared out of the public eye for a while.

At the time, Robbie's publicist told the Daily Mail: "It is true they have separated. It is amicable and there is no one else involved.

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"They are apart and it's sad. Robbie's work takes him away an awful lot and maybe the age difference was playing a part too."

He was said to be going through a difficult period in his life dealing with the emotions of his separation and osteoarthritis destroying his mobility.

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