Laura Haddock ‘is dating her White Lines co-star Tom Rhys Harries after playing siblings on-screen’… following split from husband Sam Claflin
White Lines stars Laura Haddock, 34, and Tom Rhys Harries, 28, are dating according to reports.
Sources claim the pair sparked up a romance during filming for the Netflix drama, which told a sordid tale of drugs and murder on the island of Ibiza.
The relationship comes following Laura’s split from her husband Sam Claflin in August 2019 following six years of marriage.
Surprise! White Lines stars Laura Haddock, 34, (left) and Tom Rhys Harries, 28, (right) are dating, it has been reported, after the pair played siblings on-screen
A source told The Sun On Sunday: ‘The couple have been spending a lot of time together in London and are really loved-up.
‘They’ve been hanging out a lot and are keen to shoot another series together.
‘She’s introduced Tom to all her friends and sees a future with him despite being seven years older.’
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Laura Harrier and Tom Rhys Harries for comment.
Gorgeous: Sources claim the pair sparked up a romance during filming for the Netflix drama, and Laura (pictured February 2019) has reportedly introduced Tom to her friends
In the series, Laura plays mother-of-two Zoe who travels to Ibiza to discover the truth about the death of her brother Axel, played by Tom, and discovers some of the darker truths to the notorious party island.
Laura was previously married to The Hunger Games star Sam and they share son Pip, four, and daughter Margot, two, but they split in August 2019 after six years of marriage.
Sam wrote on Instagram: ‘Laura and I have decided to legally separate. We will move forward with nothing but love, friendship and a deep respect for one another whilst we continue to raise our family together.
‘We won’t be commenting on this further. Thank you in advance for your support and respecting our privacy at this time. Both of us x’
Over: Laura was previously married to The Hunger Games star Sam and they share son Pip, four, and daughter Margot, two, but they split in August 2019 after six years of marriage
The couple first met back in 2011 at an audition and claimed it was love at first sight, with the Peaky Blinders star declaring he knew he wanted to marry ‘perfect’ Laura the moment he clapped eyes on her.
They wed in 2013 after two years together and Sam described getting married as ‘easily one of the greatest achievements’.
Sam previously admitted that he currently likes ‘anything that distracts’ him from his everyday life, as he discussed his career with the Radio Times.
He explained: ‘I love the characters and the world that I’m not that familiar with. I enjoy anything that distracts me from my own life at the moment, and gives me an insight into how the other half live.’
Finished: They wed in 2013 after two years together and Sam described getting married as ‘easily one of the greatest achievements’