Game Of Thrones star Rose Leslie looked in high spirits as she attended a London festival, while husband Kit Harington spends time in rehab.
Rose, 32, took her mind off what must be a stressful time as she hung out with pals at All Points East, where she watched Bon Iver headline.
The actress, best known for playing Ygritte in Game Of Thrones, was pictured laughing with friends as she enjoyed a drink in the VIP area of Victoria Park, London.
Rose was dressed in a blue floral midi dress, which she teamed with trainers, and was pictured chatting to friends including Carey Mulligan, whose husband Marcus Mumford headlined the festival earlier in the weekend.
This outing comes as Rose’s husband Kit has checked into the luxury wellness retreat Privé-Swiss in Connecticut, where he has access to psychological coaching, cognitive behavioral therapy and meditation.
The 32-year-old is being treated for alcohol and stress issues at the £94,000 a month retreat, with a rep for the actor confirming: ‘Kit has decided to utilise this break in his schedule as an opportunity to spend some time at a wellness retreat to work on some personal issues.’
It is believed he checked into the retreat weeks before the final episode of Game Of Thrones ended, having struggled with the end of the epic series.
Kit is able to come and go as he pleases from the retreat, and has been pictured out and about in Connecticut and visiting the Privé-Swiss fitness centre.
According to a source, Kit has ‘nothing but pride for his decision’ to seek professional help and hopes that his move could encourage others who are also battling personal issues.
The insider told Page Six: ‘If seeing Kit get help can help anyone struggling, that’s fantastic. There’s no shame at all to this.’
He reportedly has the full support of Rose, who he has been dating since 2012.
The couple announced their engagement in The Times in 2017, and tied the knot in June 2018 at Rayne Parish Church in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Speaking to TIME, Kit said: ‘I met my wife in this show, so in that way it gave me my future family and my life from here on in.
‘That’s the main thing it did for me, and then it’s changed it completely in the last 10 years. You could not ask for a better job to have in your twenties, to take you through your twenties, than to be an actor on Game of Thrones.’
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