Our Girl’s Luke Pasqualino looks smart as he and girlfriend Leah Aschettino lead the celebrity attendees at Chestertons Polo In The Park
Our Girl star, Luke Pasqualino led a host of stars who helped kick off the summer season at Chestertons Polo in The Park, hosted by Champagne Lanson.
The British actor, 32, also known for his role in Skins and The Musketeers, looked dapper in an open white shirt and grey pinstripe trousers as he posed for pictures.
He was accompanied by girlfriend Leah Aschettino, who looked lovely in a green floral dress on the second day of the event on Saturday.
Coupling up: Our Girl’s Luke Pasqualino looked smart as he and girlfriend Leah Aschettino led the celebrity attendees at Chestertons Polo In The Park on Saturday
Also present on the day was American-British ballet dancer Eric Underwood, businesswoman Betty Bachz, and singers Camden Cox and Lily McKenzie.
Guests were seen supporting the annual sporting event at Hurlingham Park, which brings together international polo and family entertainment.
Luke, Eric and Betty were seen living it up having a private champagne reception and tucking into yellowfin tuna carpaccio, avocado, ruby grapefruit & miso and a lamb main, as well as an afternoon tea.
Friends in high places: (L-R) Betty Bachz, Camilla Melville Hansen, Eric Underwood, Leah and Luke all posed for snaps at the private Champagne Lanson reception
Stylish: Betty looked incredible in an orange ensemble and Louboutin Manola shoes
Hanging out: Betty was pictured with American-British ballet dancer Eric Underwood, (right)
The Champagne Lanson garden took inspiration from its latest limited-edition gift package launch ‘Le Rosé Fruit Market’ by decorating the bar to resemble a fruit market stall.
Back in 2017, Luke admitted it was ‘awkward’ kissing his friend and co-star Michelle Keegan for the BBC drama, Our Girl.
Appearing on ITV’s This Morning at the time, the handsome actor revealed: ‘It’s always quite awkward, there’s a crew full of men with cameras.’
Luke played Elvis Harte and Michelle took on the role of Georgie Lane in the war time drama which is gearing up for series three.
Chic: Singer Lily McKenzie posed with her glass of champagne while wearing a pearl-embellished blue dress
Bottom’s up! She was pictured hanging out with fellow singer Camden Cox
The twosome spent months filming together in South Africa and Malaysia for the second series and had to embark on a saucy kissing scene.
Detailing the moment they were required to lock lips, Luke explained: ‘It’s very difficult to feel sexy in those situations. You just have to get on with it, go in there and do it.’
In a separate interview with the BBC, Luke said: ‘Michelle’s great. She’s absolutely great. She’s incredibly professional, she’s very very talented – she’s very open to playing around with the scene, always trying to enhance the scene in any way that we can.
‘And she’s brilliant – she’s so easy to work with, she’s got such a great energy, which really helps.’
Scoring high: Milly Hughes, Jemima Walker and Milly Hine with Champagne Lanson at Chestertons Polo in the Park at Hurlingham Park