Charles Dance, 73, shows off hunky figure on stroll with girlfriend in London


British actor Charles Dance has been spotted on a romantic stroll with girlfriend Alessandra Masi.

The Game of Thrones star, 73, was seen walking through London on a summer’s day with his 53-year-old Italian producer girlfriend Alessandra.

The pair already caused a stir when they were seen engaging in a steamy public display of affection while in Italy for the Venice Film Festival.

It is thought that the couple met as they both worked on the 2018 film The Book Of Vision.

The pair are believed to be working together again on Charles’ film The Inn At The Edge of the World, which is a Christmas drama set on a remote Scottish island.

On Monday, they were seen walking arm and arm before stopping for an alfresco drink.

Charles Dance and his new girlfriend Alessandra Masi have been seen taking a stroll through London

The Crown actor Charles was seen in khaki short shorts and a black tank top, which Alessandra also sported, albeit with a colourful patterned pair of shorts.

The couple was seen picking up fresh fruits and vegetables, with Charles seen sporting a mask as they browsed to protect himself and others during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Charles sported a figure-hugging black tank top

In true couple-style, Alessandra sported a matching top to her beau

Alessandra herself hails from Bologna in Italy and has a degree in Film from Bologna University.

Charles was previously married to sculptor Joanna Haythorn from 1970 to 2004, with whom he had two children: Oliver Matthew, born in 1974, and Rebecca, born in 1980.

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The couple headed to the shops to pick up some fresh fruit and vegetables

It seems getting your five-a-day in is the secret to Charles’ youthful looks

He went on to have a daughter named Rose Boorman in 2012 with his then-partner Eleanor Boorman.

Despite his many years on our screens, Charles shows no signs of slowing down.

He will soon be appearing in the television adaptation of The Singapore Grip and reprise his role as Lord Louis Mountbatten in the fourth season of The Crown.

The pair also stopped off for some light refreshment during London’s mini-heatwave

Charles will also appear in David Fincher’s Mank as the media tycoon who inspired Citizen Kane, William Randolph Hearst, which is due on Netflix later this year.

Finally, he will portray the divisive Field Marshall Haig in scenes set during the First World War in the upcoming Kingsman prequel film The King’s Man, which also stars Ralph Fiennes and Harris Dickinson.

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