What Daniel Craig Bans From the Bedroom

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We know what Rachel Weisz does not keep under the covers.

Daniel Craig, who married the actress in June 2011, has revealed that the two Brits have an agreement when it comes to tech toys.

"There's nothing technological allowed in the bedroom," the "Skyfall" star explained to The Telegraph. "If the iPad goes to bed, I mean, unless you're watching porn on the Internet, it's a killer. We have a ban on it."

Craig, 45, and Weisz, 43, got romantic while filming the 2011 thriller "Dream House." However, both are usually tight-lipped about their relationship.

In this case, though, Craig was obviously too content to stay silent.

"I'm far happier than I've been for many years," Craig confessed. "I think finding the right person and being with the right person is probably the answer to most things."

He noted that his previous marriage, to Fiona Loudon from 1992 to 1994, happened when he was so young that it was tough to find a "kind of stability."

"It's very hard to make it stick, especially if you're an actor," he noted.

Craig, the father of an adult daughter, Ella, and stepfather to Weisz's 7-year-old son with director Darren Aronofsky, Henry, does have a problem with at least one aspect of his latest union — and that's the way people sometimes describe them as one of the world's hottest celebrity couples.

"I think there are far hotter couples out there than Rachel and I — not putting Rachel down in any way, shape or form," he said.

Craig and Weisz will work alongside each other again next month when they take to the Broadway stage to play an adulterous couple in "Betrayal."

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