Downton Abbey star Joanne Froggatt packs on the PDA with husband James Cannon

Mail Online | 9/13/2019 | Lisa Mcloughlin For Mailonline
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She's been busy filming the second installment of her hit ITV series Liar alongside co-stars Ioan Gruffudd and Amy Nuttall.

Yet, Joanne Froggatt, 38, made sure to take a well-deserved break from shooting the nailbiting show as she packed on the PDA with husband James Cannon during East London music festival All Points East on Sunday.

Downtown - Abbey - Star - Half - Music

The Downtown Abbey star cosied up to her other half and kissed as they soaked up the music extravaganza, which saw American folk singer Bon Iver headlining.

Looking in jovial spirits for the occasion, Joanne donned a tiger print shirt and paired it with her leather-look black jeans.

TV - Star - Pair - Boots - Leather

The TV star accessorised her ensemble with a pair of black pointed leather boots, a long leather satchel and leather biker jacket.

Joanne complemented her festival ensemble by working her blonde hair into a tousled curl as she caught up with pal Laura Whitmore, 34.

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Complementing his other half, James, who married Joanne in a private ceremony in October 2012, wore a purple floral short-sleeved shirt and jeans.

Their cosy display comes days after Joanne revealed the first official movie poster for the big screen adaptation on Instagram.

Golden - Globe - Actress - Poster - Lights

The Golden Globe winning actress unveiled the stunning poster featuring the leading lights of the period drama - due to be released in September- with the caption: 'What do you think of the poster?'

The poster with the tagline 'we've been expecting you' saw Lady Mary Talbot (Michelle Dockery) decked out in her 1920s finery, in a fringed dress, silver chains and a bejewelled headband as the cast stand in the Edwardian country house.

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Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham (played by Hugh Bonneville) takes centre stage in a crisp black evening suit with white bow tie as he shoots a piercing stare at the camera.

Joanne's character Anna is seen alongside fellow maid Elsie...
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