Ewan McGregor busted kissing co-star

Actor Ewan McGregor.
Actor Ewan McGregor. AP

MARRIED actor Ewan McGregor was caught making out with his Fargo co-star, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, at a London eatery, a report said Sunday.

Photos published in Britain's The Sun newspaper showed McGregor, a dad of four, and Winstead locked in a passionate kiss at the Good Life Eatery in the St. John's Wood district of northwest London.

"They were deep in conversation and were there together for more than an hour," a customer told The Sun. "As they left, she got on to the back of Ewan's motorbike, and they sped off together."

Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Picture: Getty
Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Picture: Getty

A McGregor family source later told People magazine that the actor and his production-designer wife of 22 years, Eve Mavrakis, called it quits in May but kept their split private.

Winstead married director Riley Stearns in 2010 and announced their separation in May.

McGregor, 46, and Winstead, 32, play lovers Ray Stussy and Nikki Swango on the edgy series Fargo.

Mavrakis, 51, and McGregor - also well known for roles in Trainspotting and three Star Wars movies - have four daughters together.

Ewan McGregor with his wife Eve Mavrakis in 2006. Picture: AFP
Ewan McGregor with his wife Eve Mavrakis in 2006. Picture: AFP

This story originally appeared on the New York Post and is republished here with permission.

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