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Line of Duty star Martin Compston's wife Tianna Chanel Flynn proudly revealed her baby bump on Friday.
They were all smiles as they posed together during the Henley festival in Oxfordshire. 29-year-old Tianna looked glowing in a floral jumpsuit, which showed off her bump.
It was previously revealed that both Vigil (opens in new tab) star Martin and Tianna wanted a family, when the actor spoke to The Sunday Post.
In a candid interview, he said: ''When you’re married and are getting older your priorities change. We’re getting to the point of maybe starting a family and your wife needs her family around her.
'We’ve moved to Vegas and are two streets – I nearly said two blocks there – away from my mother-in-law.
'I absolutely would like family. We’re at that age and the move to Vegas was to buy a house, put down proper roots and look to the future.'
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Martin Compston and Tianna Chanel Flynn met in 2013, and married in a beautiful ceremony in his native Scotland back in 2016. The couple are now ready to raise a family in Las Vegas.
Of course, being an actor means that Martin often has to travel back to the UK for work commitments. He is best known for his role as Steve Arnott in BBC crime drama Line of Duty, which quickly became the most popular TV program of the year so far.
11.4 million viewers tuned into to the latest episode.
With Line of Duty commitments and a baby on the way, it's shaping up to be a busy few months for Martin Compston. He's got plenty to celebrate though, with the crime drama being the BBC's most popular show since Bodyguard.
Interestingly both were created by the same person; Jed Mercurio.
Congratulations to Martin and Tianna, we can't wait to see pictures of the newborn when it arrives!
Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV, Goodto.com, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.
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