Guy Ritchie has developed an ''interest'' in women's clothing.

The 'Man From U.N.C.L.E.' filmmaker - who tied the knot with model Jacqui Ainsley last month - spends hours ''aimlessly'' browsing racks of dresses in upmarket stores, but he doesn't really understand his new-found fascination.

He said: ''As I've got older, I've become more interested in women's clothing. I don't know exactly why that is, but I find myself sometimes aimlessly wandering around designer stores, looking at women's dresses.

''I used to be into sporting, and now at the age of 45, I've discovered women's clothing -- one day, I'll get into classical music, too!''

Guy - who has sons Rocco, 15, and David, nine, with ex-wife Madonna, and kids Rafael, three, Rivka, two, and 13-month-old Levi with Jacqui - always has a ''good time'' when working on a film and is left mystified when he hears horror stories of directors being difficult or unpleasant to their cast.

He added in an interview with Vulture: ''The curious thing about directors is that there aren't too many who go to other directors' film sets, but I hear horror stories about what goes on, and it mystifies me how that could happen.

''Anyone who has wanted to become a film director and becomes one and is paid to do it as a career, you'd think they'd be incredibly grateful about the position.

''Levity is a word that I try to hang onto, because the filmmaking business should be a fun business. There seems to be no good reason why everyone shouldn't be having a good time.''