A day of for David Tennant in west London as he enjoys some down time

A day of for David Tennant in west London as he enjoys some down time

June 27, 2023

A day off for David Tennant in west London as the busiest man in telly enjoys some down time after appearing in four shows in two weeks

As Doctor Who, he was accustomed to jumping through space and time.

And in real life David Tennant has been channel-hopping after dominating screens with his new TV projects.

The Scottish actor, 52, finally managed to enjoy some down time with his wife Georgia, 38, after appearing in four shows in two weeks.

The couple were dressed casually as they enjoyed a stroll hand-in-hand in west London.

Tennant kept cool in a pair of blue shorts and a stripy shirt and looked to be going incognito in a pair of sunglasses and a navy cap.

The Scottish actor, 52, finally managed to enjoy some down time with his wife Georgia, 38, after appearing in four shows in two weeks. The couple were dressed casually as they enjoyed a stroll hand-in-hand in west London

Tennant kept cool in a pair of blue shorts and a stripy shirt and looked to be going incognito in a pair of sunglasses and a navy cap

On Thursday, Tennant reprised his role as Simon in a one-off special of BBC drama There She Goes, alongside Jessica Hynes as Emily. They play the parents of two children, including one with a severe learning disability.

At the same time on ITV, he could be seen as the Russian defector who accused Vladimir Putin of ordering his murder in Litvinenko.

It comes days after he returned to BBC comedy Staged, which was born out of a Zoom project in lockdown, with Michael Sheen.

He is also currently providing the voiceover on Sunday night documentary, Spy in the Ocean.

On Thursday, Tennant reprised his role as Simon in a one-off special of BBC drama There She Goes, alongside Jessica Hynes as Emily. They play the parents of two children, including one with a severe learning disability

At the same time on ITV, he could be seen as the Russian defector who accused Vladimir Putin of ordering his murder in Litvinenko

It comes days after he returned to BBC comedy Staged, which was born out of a Zoom project in lockdown, with Michael Sheen. Also pictured: Anna Lundberg and Georgia Tennant

Tennant is also currently providing the voiceover on Sunday night documentary, Spy in the Ocean

And Tennant may want to enjoy his rare rest period as he will return to screens later this year as an angel to Sheen’s demon in Good Omens, as well as Doctor Who to mark the 60th anniversary of the BBC sci-fi series.

Tennant will also return to the stage in December, taking on Macbeth as part of the 30th birthday celebrations of the Donmar Warehouse in London.

‘I don’t know if it’s remarkable or unfortunate,’ he told Radio Times about his hectic work schedule.

‘But having five kids does generate a certain necessity to keep going, and I do like to know what the next thing is because I don’t think one ever quite relaxes. Ultimately, though, you want your work to be seen by as many people as possible.’

Tennant and his wife have children Olive, Wilfred, Doris, and Birdie, as well as Georgia’s 21-year-old son Ty who starred alongside the actor in Staged and Around the World in 80 Days.

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