Keeley Hawes looks smitten with husband Matthew Macfadyen

Keeley Hawes looks smitten with husband Matthew Macfadyen
Keeley Hawes looks smitten with husband Matthew Macfadyen

Keeley Hawes looked smitten with husband Matthew Macfadyen as they attended a Succession season 3 screening at London's BFI Festival on Friday.

The actress, 45, wowed in a chic grey wraparound dress as she held hands with her husband, 46, who plays Tom Wambsgans in the drama.

Matthew wowed in a navy suit and pastel blue shirt, worn with a tie as he mingled with his castmembers on the red carpet. 

Wow: Keeley Hawes looked smitten with husband Matthew Macfadyen as they attended a Succession season 3 screening at London's BFI Festival on Friday

Wow: Keeley Hawes looked smitten with husband Matthew Macfadyen as they attended a Succession season 3 screening at London's BFI Festival on Friday

The couple have been married since 2004 and share two children.   

Back in January Keeley andidly opened up about her battles with mental health and admitted that she used to be 'ashamed' of her struggles.

The Bodyguard star has previously spoken about suffering from periods of depression and anxiety since her teenage years.

And she has now admitted that she was 'ashamed and really embarrassed' of her mental health struggles until she spoke about her experiences around ten years ago.

Love: The actress, 45, wowed in a chic grey wraparound dress as she held hands with her husband, 46, who plays Tom Wambsgans in the drama

Love: The actress, 45, wowed in a chic grey wraparound dress as she held hands with her husband, 46, who plays Tom Wambsgans in the drama

But Keeley insisted that she has since learnt that depression is 'nothing to be ashamed off' as she looked back at her own struggles with mental health. 

She told The Times: 'It's [depression] nothing to be ashamed of, you know. 

'I was ashamed of it for a long time, I was really embarrassed and now, looking back, it was only sort of ten years ago or something I think that I spoke out, maybe not even that.'

She went on to say it is 'a really good thing' that people are talking more candidly about mental health, particularly with 'loneliness' amid the Covid-19 lockdown.

Depression:Back in January Keeley andidly opened up about her battles with mental health and admitted that she used to be 'ashamed' of her struggles

Depression:Back in January Keeley andidly opened up about her battles with mental health and admitted that she used to be 'ashamed' of her struggles

Shame: The Bodyguard star admitted that she was 'ashamed and really embarrassed' of her mental health struggles until she spoke out around ten years ago (pictured in May 2019)

Shame: The Bodyguard star admitted that she was 'ashamed and really embarrassed' of her mental health struggles until she spoke out around ten years ago (pictured in May 2019)

The actress, who is starring in ITV's Finding Alice, said she believes the waiting lists for people to see psychiatrists are 'so long that it's just not acceptable' during the ongoing pandemic.

Keeley recently wrapped up filming on Finding Alice, where she stars as the titular character, a woman who is dealing with grief after her partner of 20 years dies.

After her husband Harry's death, Alice realises he has left behind a storm of secrets and debt for her to deal with, as

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