Additional details have emerged concerning Lily James and Dominic West‘s intimate Italy excursion days when they were seen cozying up in Rome On Sunday, October 11.
The Affair celebrity, 50 — who’s married to Catherine FitzGerald — travelled to get a scooter ride across town before stopping for lunch in a nearby restaurant in which West was photographed enjoying the Cinderella celebrity, 31, based on photographs acquired by The New York Post’s Page Six. He wore a low-cut shirt paired with black jeans she picked for a flowery dress for his or her writings. They sported face West and masks has been photographed with no wedding band.
“[He] could not resist kissing her throat and yanking her,” a witness told the paper. “They knocked back a great deal of wine and Lily seemed somewhat worse for wear”
After finishing their supper, the group seen the Chiesa di Sant’Ignazio church in which the British noted,”Dominic put his hands on Lily’s buttocks”
The group, who’s set to star as father and daughter at the forthcoming BBC One miniseries The Pursuit of Love, remained at Rome’s Hotel De La Ville for 2 nights, based on Page Six’s resources. The luxury resort has a panoramic view of Rome and is in walking distance of the Spanish Steps, they drove past throughout their scooter journey.
Following their romp around Rome, resources found James and West”brazenly making out” in the Leonardo da Vinci airport before flying home. Once photographs of the intimate weekend surfaced on the internet, insiders told Page Six FitzGerald had been”devastated.”
Despite the obvious devastation, the picture designer, 49, presented with her spouse for photographers out of their house in Wiltshire, England on Tuesday, October 13.
“Our union is strong and we are very much still collectively,” the few wrote in a notice that they handed to colleagues. “Thank you”
West and FitzGerald married in June 2010 and discuss four kids together. West additionally recommends one girl together with all his ex-girlfriend Polly Astor.
The celebrity has addressed extramarital connections in previous interviews.
“I believe women need to be more indulgent of occasions,” he told London’s Evening Standard at 2016. “I actually do. It is daft to kick out someone within a fling. Is not it? Everybody should turn a blind eye on men’s behaviour between the ages of 40 and 50. Let it blow over.”