EastEnders actress Kara Tointon was pictured on a rare date night with her chiropractor fiancé Marius Jensen at the theatre last night.

The couple were attended the Dial M For Murder press night at the Richmond Theatre in London.

Kara and Marius, both 36, posed together and beamed for a photo as they enjoyed a night off from parenting duties.

They share 15-month-old son Frey, who was born in November 2018.

Kara looked comfy and casual in jeans, a leather jacket and a big warm grey scarf wrapped round her neck.

Kara and Marius cuddled up for a photo as they attended the Dial M for Murder Press Night at Richmond Theatre

She kept her makeup natural with a spot of pink lipstick, her hair tied back in a ponytail.

Norwegian Marius wore a trendy brown trench coat, black jeans and white trainers, with his trademark long hair and beard.

He posed with his arm around his fiancé, who won Strictly Come Dancing in 2010 paired with Artem Chigvintsev.

Kara beamed as she wrapped up warm in a big grey scarf on her date night at the theatre

They were watching Dial M For Murder, a modern adaptation of the 1954 mystery film.

The couple made their first public appearance at the Wimbledon tennis championships in 2017, and announced their engagement in 2019.

Kara told Lorraine on her ITV show that she was planning to get married this year, possibly in Marius' native Norway.

Kara and her fiancé Marius Jensen welcomed a baby boy in 2018

Well, (the wedding) is in the schedule," she said.

"Do we do it in Norway? That would be nice, but it's getting everyone over there.

"Yeah, it's in the plan."

Kara confirmed she was expecting her first child in early 2018, at the same time that she announced her engagement.

The Mr Selfridge star first sparked pregnancy speculation in August 2018 when she cradled her stomach on the red carpet at The Festival Premiere.

Speaking to HELLO Magazine after the birth of baby Frey, Kara admitted that the entire experience had changed her life.

Kara Tointon sparked pregnancy rumours as she attended a film premiere in London

“It’s an incredible time. It’s the biggest life changing moment when you have this little human being come into your life that you are yet to meet.

"I can’t wait for motherhood and all the challenges it will bring."

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