Actress Lily James was spotted kissing married co-star Dominic West in Rome.
Photographers captured West stroking James’ hair as the couple were having lunch in town after reportedly spending two nights at Hotel De La Ville.
In the images released by the Daily Mail, West was seen bending over for a kiss and hug before taking James away on an electric scooter to see the sights.
West, 50, starred as Jimmy McNulty in The cable (2002–2008) and Noah Solloway in The affair (2014–2019).
James, 31, is best known for her role as Rose on Downton Abbey and Disney’s live-action version of Cinderella.
They are currently working together on an adaptation of Nancy Mitford’s novel The pursuit of love for BBC One and Amazon.
West married Irish landscape architect Catherine FitzGerald in 2010.
They have four children together, daughter Dora (14), son Senan (12), son Francis (11) and daughter Christabel (seven).
West is also the father of 20-year-old daughter Martha from a previous relationship.
Fitzgerald is said to be “shocked, heartbroken and devastated” by the photos of West not wearing his wedding ring.
“Catherine tried to speak to Dominic, but he does not answer the phone,” the sun quoted an anonymous friend.
“She is totally shocked because she didn’t know something was going on. They’ve been together a lot so this is completely out of the blue.
“She thought they had a good marriage and now it’s probably over.”
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