Jenna Coleman appeared to squash rumors that she had tied the knot, after moving her supposed “wedding ring” to her middle finger.
The actress, 37, has left her fans speculating whether she has secretly married her boyfriend Jamie Childs after being spotted several times wearing a thick gold ring on her ring finger.
However, on Thursday, Jenna was spotted in Covent Garden in London with the ring on her ring finger.
The Doctor Who star looked typically chic in a yellow plaid trench coat over a long black leather skirt.
She added a blue denim shirt and a pair of black loafers, while carrying a brown suede Chanel bag.
Jenna Coleman appeared to squash rumors that she had tied the knot, after moving her supposed ‘wedding ring’ to her middle finger.
The actress, 37, has left her fans speculating whether she has secretly married her boyfriend Jamie Childs after she was spotted wearing a thick gold ring on her ring finger several times.
As she crossed the street, Jenna caught a glimpse of her hand, revealing that she had removed the gold band from her ring finger and moved it to a less indicative finger.
Last month, Jenna sparked speculation that she and Jamie, 35, had taken their relationship to the next level after she was spotted wearing the ring on her ring finger while out for a walk with the director in north London.
The couple looked loved-up as they walked hand in hand, with Jamie tenderly caressing their hair at various points.
While it wasn’t the first time she was seen wearing the ring, she usually wore it on a different finger, leading to speculation that the move was significant.
Jenna and Jamie met on the set of the Netflix series The Sandman in 2020 and have been working together again on Jamie’s first film, Jackdaw, which premiered last month.
Jenna previously dated Tom Hughes, who played her husband Prince Albert on ITV’s Victoria, for seven years.
They met in 2013 on the set of BBC drama series Dancing On The Edge, but went their separate ways in 2020.
Before Tom, Jenna was in a relationship with bodyguard and Game Of Thrones star Richard Madden.
Jenna and Jamie met on the set of the Netflix series The Sandman in 2020 and have been working together again on Jamie’s first film, Jackdaw, which was released last month (pictured together in September).
The actress is currently filming new BBC police drama The Jetty, which is expected to hit screens next year.
The series synopsis teases: “As Ember gets closer to the truth, it threatens to destroy her life, forcing her to reevaluate everything she thought she knew about her past, present, and the city she’s always called home.”
In the four-part series, a fire destroys a holiday home in a Lancashire lakeside town and Jenna’s character, Detective Ember, is tasked with seeing how the fire connects with a podcast journalist, who is investigating. a crime.
The journalist is investigating an unsolved missing persons case and an illicit “love” triangle between a man in his 20s and two underage girls.
As she begins to get closer to the answers, Ember’s life begins to fall apart, as she is forced to confront her past, her present, and the city she has always called home.
The Jetty is designed to delve into the moral legacy of the Me Too movement and raise questions about sexual morality, identity and memory.
The actress is currently filming new BBC detective drama The Jetty, which is expected to hit screens next year, playing Detective Ember, who investigates a fire (pictured in the programme).