Irish hunk Aidan Turner cuts an incredibly dapper figure in stylish camel coat with tweed trews as he returns home to Dublin for Christmas
By Cecily Snowball For Mailonline
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He’s set to take on the role as a cat-loving, Irish terrorist in Martin McDonagh’s controversial black comedy The Lieutenant Of Inishmore.
And Poldark actor Aidan Turner, took some time away from the Cornish set of the hit BBC drama as he stepped out in his home town of Dublin on Wednesday.
The handsome 34 year-old actor, who hails from the suburban town of Clondalkin in the capital, hit festive Grafton street in a highly sophisticated camel coat, perfect to keep the chilly temperatures at bay.
The dapper Irishman continued his rather smart ensemble with a tweed-patterned grey trousers and polished black lace-up shoes.
His famed curled locks were noticeably shorter than his usual Poldark ‘do, and were neatly tousled as he wandered through the Dublin streets.
Throwing his usual smoldering look, The Hobbit star appeared in good spirits as he joined the Christmas shoppers in the lead-up to the festive period.
Aidan’s had quite a busy year, with the third season of the hit BBC drama hitting screens over the summer.
He shocked fans in November with the news that the popular series will end after the fifth series, saying all the stories possible had been told.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, he said: ‘We’ve covered all the books, and the entire stories. It’s a five-year gig, when it’s all done.’
The BBC One star Turner will be escaping the Cornish coast next year to make his West End debut in McDonagh’s black comedy The Lieutenant Of Inishmore.
He added: ‘I think people will be surprised. It’s the furthest I can get from Ross Poldark that I can possibly imagine…
‘Theatre was it for me, that’s all I really wanted to do. The TV and film stuff got in the way slightly.’
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