When Ross (played by Aidan Turner) slowly slipped rough into his old habits of pushing the stunning red-head away last condition, Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) gradually drifted further and further into the arms of another.
With the introduction of Lieutenant Hugh Armitage (Josh Whitehouse), who had been maintained captive in the same French prison as Ross’s close friend, Doctor Dwight Enys (Luke Norris), the rubberneck chasm between them only widened.
Demelza began to occur feelings for the intense aristocrat after a number of social engagements together, and Ross scarcely blinked an eye, which upset his wife further.
While the pair ended up in a irritable tryst in the historical romance’s third season finale, Demelza in the end returned to her husband and they shared a tender embrace in the episode’s up to date few minutes.
Poldark: Ross and Demelza were last seen tribulation from their disconnected relationship
Poldark: Ross and Demelza put in an appearance cozy and loved up during filming
Poldark: Demelza can be seen with her two youngsters, now older
But as fans have been wondering how their favourite yoke will recover from the female’s betrayal – despite Ross’s correspond to intimate doings with his first love Elizabeth Warleggan (Heida Reed) in mellow two – now that the production has returned to filming in Cornwall, the actors have been seen heartily frolicking across the beach with their characters’ children in tow.
In one a hold on, Demelza can be seen caressing her husband’s face as they share a regard kiss, and Ross wraps his arm around her.
Another sees the mother-of-two, who is gear in a form-fitting emerald-green dress, holding the hand of her now-grown-up daughter, while her son Jeremy fathoms behind.
The trio appear to be playing in the water and the children seem to be enjoying a happier area in the drama-filled lives of their parents.
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Poldark: The cast and crew returned to filming in Cornwall
Demelza had exclusive broken the news of her third pregnancy – her first was their daughter Julia, who tragically subsided from a fever in season two – to Ross in the last episode, so it can be assumed that the fourth seasoned undergoes another substantial time jump.
With older offsprings and what appears to now be a peaceful and loving atmosphere between the BBC series’ van characters, does that mean that the dashing Lieutenant surviving out for Demelza’s affections has left the show at this point in filming?