Rose Leslie showed off her casual sense of style as she enjoyed Glastonbury with husband Kit Harington on Saturday.
The Scottish actress, 35, gave a glimpse at her midriff as she wore a cropped orange top with ruffled detail on the shoulders and neckline.
She was joined by Game of Thrones actor Kit, 35, who wore a blue shirt which he left unbuttoned at the collar and a pair of brown trousers.
Festival fun: Rose Leslie, 35, gave a glimpse at her midriff in a cropped orange top with ruffled detail as she enjoyed Glastonbury with husband Kit Harington on Saturday
Rose completed her look by opting for a pair of dark blue jeans while she wore a pair of green and white tennis shoes.
She accessorised with a gold chain necklace and a pair of hoop earrings, and wore minimal make-up for her outing.
The couple posed separately in front of a row of large letters that spelt out the name of the music and arts festival.
Keeping it casual: Game of Thrones actor Kit, 35, wore a blue shirt which he left unbuttoned at the collar and a pair of brown trousers
In the detail: Rose accessorised with a gold chain necklace and a pair of hoop earrings, and wore minimal make-up for her outing
The couple – who have been married since 2018 and welcomed a baby boy to the world in February last year – could be seen smiling as they posed on Worthy Farm in Somerset.
It was their second day in a row at Glastonbury as they were seen posing arm-in-arm at the festival on Friday as they appeared to be as loved-up as ever.
It comes after Glastonbury opened its gates for the first time in three years on Wednesday.
The world-famous music extravaganza’s co-organiser, Emily Eavis, admitted it’s ‘a miracle’ they are able to put on the festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset, South West England, for the first time since 2019, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fashion focus: Rose completed her look by opting for a pair of dark blue jeans while she wore a pair of green and white tennis shoes
Emily’s father, Michael Eavis, beamed as he greeted festival-goers at the gates on Wednesday morning.
Speaking live from the festival to Lauren Laverne on BBC Radio 6, Emily – who curates the line-up with her father – said: ‘To actually be able to see people there and welcome in, watch them streaming in and running to pitch their tents up… it’s an amazing feeling.
‘We were doing so much towards the 50th [anniversary], obviously some of that is still playing out this year and we’ve melded all these ideas into this one festival.
‘I think every detail and part of the process has been devoured and savoured by everybody, it’s so precious.’
Open for business: Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis beamed as he greeted festival-goers at the gates on Wednesday morning
Delighted: The world-famous music extravaganza’s co-organiser, Michael’s daughter Emily Eavis, admitted it’s ‘a miracle’ Glastonbury is happening for the first time since 2019
She added: ‘There were many moments where we were full of uncertainty and it was only in the last few months where we were sure we were going to make it through.
‘It’s a miracle, it’s happened, everybody’s here.’
Headline act Billie Eilish rocked the Pyramid Stage on Friday night while Sir Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar are also set to perform.
Born to perform: Headline acts include Sir Paul McCartney, 80, who hosted a surprise warm-up gig in Frome
All stars: Pop star Billie Eilish, 20, took to the Pyramid Stage at the famous festival on Friday after it opened for the first time this year since 2019 due to the pandemic
Champions: Ukrainian Eurovision winners Kalush Orchestra are set to perform at Glastonbury after triumphing during the music competition this year
Motown legend Diana Ross is set to play the teatime Legends slot on Sunday.
Other acts performing include Olivia Rodrigo, Sam Fender, Haim, Foals and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
As always, there will be some surprise sets and it was just announced that ‘Eurovision’ 2022 winners Kalush Orchestra will play the Shangri-La’s Truth Stage on Friday.
Party ready: Revellers arrived at Glastonbury from Wednesday this week ahead of the event this year
Speaking of playing the legendary festival, the Ukrainian folk-rap ensemble’s frontman Oleh Psiuk said: ‘We are so excited to be playing at Glastonbury Festival alongside some of the biggest names in music from around the world.
‘This is the perfect place for our first ever British performance and we hope it will be the start of many in the UK.
‘We are very grateful for all the support we receive from the people of Britain, both for us and our country, and we are preparing a very special Ukrainian surprise for the fans at Glastonbury.’
Mammoth event: Thousands have descended on Worth Farm in Somerset in the South West of England
Originally posted 2022-06-26 09:48:14.