On Wednesday, Kit Harington and Naomi Scott were spotted together on the Little Venice set of Eternal Return, sharing a passionate kiss.
The thirty-year-old actress of Anatomy of a Scandal and the thirty-year-old Game of Thrones star, 36, were photographed filming the upcoming movie together. The couple are happily married.
A passionate kiss on the canal was spotted between Kit, who plays Virgil, and Naomi, who plays Cass.
Naomi, who is married to football player Jordan Spence, kissed the actor while putting her arm around Kit’s shoulder, acting totally in character.
The couple set the mood with passion and tremendous emotion in the exclusive photos that MailOnline was able to secure.
The actress paired a yellow roll-neck sweater, khaki pants, and burgundy-heeled boots with an antique plaid coat.
Naomi carried a large padded coat to be warm between shots and always carried a water bottle with her.
In the meantime, Kit changed into a vintage jumper and accessorized with a chic gray overcoat and an antique, old-fashioned scarf.
Kit and Naomi continued filming dramatic scenes as night fell, and they were seen strolling through the streets arm in arm.
The role that 74-year-old actor Simon Callow plays in the movie is unknown, although he was also spotted on site wearing a heavy black cloak.
After getting married in 2018, Kit and Rose welcomed their second child in July. They already have a two-year-old boy.
The couple hasn’t disclosed their daughter’s name or any other information about her birth to the public, just like they didn’t with their little son.
In contrast to their more “romantic” approach to fatherhood when they were expecting their son, the Eternals star acknowledged in March that he and Rose had been more “practical” during her second pregnancy.
‘We’re extremely practical about it at the moment,’ he said to Entertainment Tonight. And, to be honest, perhaps too sensible.
Because you’re always around, my mother claims she never really remembers us as young children or the early years of parenting. I believe that children enable you to be present at the moment as they give you no other option.