The couple might have kept their relationship largely out of the spotlight, but they looked blissfully happy as they were pictured together at LAX airport.Sean Bean arrives in LA with his future wife Ashley Moore Both had dressed casually for the long-haul flight; Sean wearing jeans, a T-shirt and a flat cap, and former nanny Ashley in jeans, a shirt and a coat embroidered with flowers., Tristan Loraine's movie based on his own experiences as a British Airways captain. as well as a public enquiry in Britain from its story about contaminated air supplies on commercial airlines.Loraine, who was retired from flying service on medical grounds, is taxiing the project towards takeoff after spending more than two years developing the script. Loraine's production banner Fact Not Fiction Films is mounting the fiction movie with backing from private investors. The public has been kept in the dark long enough." Shooting is scheduled to start in June this year.Then, in 1990, he tied the knot with actress Melanie Hill, and together they welcomed two children, daughters Lorna and Molly, before splitting in 1997.In November of that same year, he wed actress Abigail Cruttenden, who he had met on the set of TV series .Sean Bean and his future wife, Ashley Moore, touched down in LA together this week – a rare public sighting of the couple.The 55-year-old actor is about to start promotional duties for his new film, , and arrived in California with his fiancée, 29, by his side.
The actor's decision to pop the question came as a surprise to many, given that he had previously stated he would not tie the knot again.
Speaking to the Croatian magazine Sean Bean is believed to have proposed to Ashley in December Sean was first married from 1981 to 1988 to his high school sweetheart Debra Jones.
It was reported in December that Sean had proposed to Ashley – which would mean he is set to walk down the aisle for a fifth time.
And sure enough, Ashley could be seen with a ring on her engagement finger.
Billed as a fact-based investigative thriller, the script tells the story of an air traffic controller who is suspended following a serious in-flight incident. Marina has taken a real interest in the issues highlighted within the film for many years." Lorain's investigative documentary taxied into U. theaters in 2008 and sparked media coverage in Australia, the U. Loraine said: "This film is a true thriller that will not only entertain but will open the public’s eyes to some uncomfortable facts.
When his journalist wife (Sutcliffe) starts to ask questions, she uncovers a disturbing succession of cover-ups dating back to 1954. Sutcliffe said: "If this film serves to uncover serious air safety issues, it will have succeeded in its purpose. " Sirtis added: "We all fly, and I want to play my part in making air travel safer by being part of this film." Co-screenwriter Viv Young said: "We are delighted and honored that Marina Sirtis will be briefly coming back to the U.