‘We’re in symmetry!’: Jenna Coleman wears a navy velvet suit while co-star Aidan Turner arrives in a matching ensemble to appear on BBC Breakfast
Jenna Coleman and Aidan Turner wore matching looks when they appeared on BBC Breakfast on Wednesday.
The pair are currently starring in the two-man show Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London.
Jenna, 36, cut a stylish figure in a navy blue velvet suit and a white T-shirt as she arrived at the studios in Manchester.
The beauty complemented her look with a pair of chunky black loafers.
Jenna wore her blonde locks in a straightened style, toting her essentials in a burgundy Chanel bag.
Spot the difference: Jenna Coleman and Aidan Turner wore matching looks when they appeared on BBC Breakfast on Wednesday
Matching! Jenna, pictured outside the studios is currently starring alongside Aidan in the two-man show Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London
She also added a pair of black Chanel sunglasses to her gorgeous look.
Meanwhile, Aidan, 39, arrived for their appearance in unintentionally matching colours.
The Poldark actor cut a suave figure in a white jumper, navy blue trousers and a matching jacket.
He also wore black shoes for the occasion and carried a brown leather bag alongside him.
The pair appeared in good spirits as they discussed their new show on the channel.
Realising they were in matching ensembles, and even sitting similarly, Aidan joked ‘I feel like we are in symmetry with each other’.
Jenna then, realising the same, said ‘Oh look!’
‘Something happening there maybe’, Aidan replied.
Woops! Aidan, 39, arrived for their appearance in unintentionally matching colours in a white jumper, navy blue trousers and a matching jacket
Beauty: Jenna, 36, cut a stylish figure in a navy blue velvet suit and a white T-shirt as she arrived at the studios in Manchester
The play is on stage for a nine-week run and sees Jenna play rule-abiding lawyer Bernadette while Aidan portrays free-spirited musician Oliver.
The official synopsis reads: ‘”Let’s just talk until it goes”. You’re going to speak more than 123 million words in your lifetime. What will you do when they run out?
‘Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons is a tender and funny rom-com about what we say, how we say it, and what happens when we can’t say anything anymore’.
The play explores a young couple’s response to a dystopian world in which words are rationed by ‘hush laws’.
Jenna and Aidan take starring roles in the two-hander, which is a West End revival of Sam Steiner’s debut play of the same name – a huge success following its debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2015.
However, despite the talent of the actors, it has received mixed reviews from critics since the play’s press night earlier this month.
MailOnline’s Patrick Marmion gave the play two out of five stars and described the script as ‘gimmicky’.
He said: ‘Give [anyone] a gimmicky script like this one by Sam Steiner and they will inevitably wind up sounding like Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, waffling to kill time on This Morning.’
Meanwhile, The Telegraph claimed it was ‘tantalising, but limited’ despite strong performances from its two stars, writing: ‘Plenty for fans to admire, then, but a few syllables short of a humdinger.’