Hugh Grant Hits U.K. General Election Campaign Trail, Gives Off Major ‘Love Actually’ Vibes

Hugh Grant gave off major “Love Actually” vibes as he took to the streets of London Sunday in support of British Liberal Democrat politician Luciana Berger.

Grant, who played prime minister David in the much-loved Christmas flick, headed out canvassing with Berger in the Finchley and Golders Green, London, constituency.

Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images
Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images

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The actor, who wants to encourage voters to go against Brexit, shared: “The real reason I’m here is, like so many of the population now, poll after poll has shown Britain has changed its mind.”

Grant’s outing comes as the U.K. prepares for a General Election on December 12.

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“Love Actually” fans will remember one key scene in the film, which saw David go knocking on a bunch of doors in a bid to find the love of his life, Natalie.

The star was asked about being a “former prime minister” during a short Q&A and questioned about how he would deal with the current U.S. president.

Grant replied that it would be tricky with a “complete moron” in the White House, according to the New European.

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