Lily James saw her kissing married co-star Dominic West

Married actor Dominic West and his co-star Lily James were photographed kissing in Rome.

West, 50, best known for playing Noah Solloway in the television drama The affairwas seen cuddling Mamma Mia! Actress, 31, during a weekend lunch in the Italian capital.

In pictures of the Daily mailwho have favourited the actors who just shot the BBC miniseries The pursuit of love In the UK, face masks were worn when riding an electric scooter together.

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They were also photographed having a romantic al fresco lunch where West kissed James on the forehead as he stroked her face. The manager Angharad Wood joined them.

West has been married to Irish landscape architect Catherine FitzGerald since 2010. The couple have four children together.

They didn’t announce a breakup, despite West not wearing his wedding ring in the intimate pictures with James.

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James, who played the lead role Downton Abbey, was last linked to Captain America Star Chris Evans after the couple enjoyed an ice cream in London in July.

She refused to confirm whether or not she was in an interview with Evans last month Harper’s Bazaar.

“Don’t be obsessed with boys!” She told the publication when asked to share the advice she would give to her former self. “Stay with your friends.”

There were also reports that James had rekindled their five-year romance with her The crown Co-star Matt Smith appears to have officially ended the relationship, however.

“They’ve been going back and forth this year trying to sort things out between them because they both love each other so much,” a source said The sun.

“But unfortunately it just doesn’t work and they mutually decided to close this chapter of their lives.”

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