Jodie Comer looks enjoys Father’s Day outing to the pub with dad James and mum Donna

Jodie Comer looked in great spirits as she enjoyed a Father’s Day outing with parents James and Donna in London’s Primrose Hill on Sunday.

The Killing Eve star, 29, who still lives with her folks in her childhood home in Childwall, Liverpool, was seen laughing and joking as they sat outside The Washington pub.

The group were also seen enjoying a walk together before stopping for lunch at nearby celebrity haunt, Lemonia Restaurant. 

Just the three of us: Jodie Comer looked in great spirits as she enjoyed a Father’s Day outing with parents James and Donna in London’s Primrose Hill on Sunday

Jodie proved she had a fantastic relationship with her parents as the three left their home in Liverpool to enjoy a day out in London for the special occasion.

The actress kept tings casual for the outing, donning a loose-fitting black shirt with pale blue jeans and black espadrilles. 

Jodie teamed her laidback outfit with a black crossbody bag, a cosy grey scarf and trendy black sunglasses. 

Lovely: The Killing Eve star, 29, who still lives with her folks in her childhood home in Childwall, Liverpool, was seen laughing and joking as they sat outside The Washington pub

Lovely: The Killing Eve star, 29, who still lives with her folks in her childhood home in Childwall, Liverpool, was seen laughing and joking as they sat outside The Washington pub

The Doctor Foster star left her blonde locks to fall over her shoulders, while she appeared to go make-up free for the day. 

Her physiotherapist father James and Merseyrail employee mother Donna echoed their daughter’s laidback look with causal ensembles of their own.

The couple also share son Charlie, who also lives with the family at their south of Liverpool home.

Last year, Jodie told The Times how much she enjoyed living at home, though she would need to get her own place at some point. 

Outing: The group were also seen enjoying a walk together before stopping for lunch at nearby celebrity haunt, Lemonia Restaurant

Outing: The group were also seen enjoying a walk together before stopping for lunch at nearby celebrity haunt, Lemonia Restaurant

Close bond: Jodie proved she had a fantastic relationship with her parents as the three left their home in Liverpool to enjoy a day out in London for the special occasion

Close bond: Jodie proved she had a fantastic relationship with her parents as the three left their home in Liverpool to enjoy a day out in London for the special occasion

Off-duty style: The actress kept tings casual for the outing, donning a loose-fitting black shirt with pale blue jeans and black espadrilles

Off-duty style: The actress kept tings casual for the outing, donning a loose-fitting black shirt with pale blue jeans and black espadrilles

Details: Jodie teamed her laidback outfit with a black crossbody bag, a cosy grey scarf and trendy black sunglasses

Details: Jodie teamed her laidback outfit with a black crossbody bag, a cosy grey scarf and trendy black sunglasses

Radiant: The Doctor Foster star left her blonde locks to fall over her shoulders, while she appeared to go make-up free for the day

Radiant: The Doctor Foster star left her blonde locks to fall over her shoulders, while she appeared to go make-up free for the day

She said: ‘I’d live with my mum and dad till I was old and grey if I could. 

‘(But) I’m definitely looking to move out. I recognise I need my own space and independence. I just don’t want to do it.’ 

Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that Jodie will be swapping the theatre boards of the West End for the bright lights of Broadway as she heads to the US with her one-person play.

Lovely: Jodie appeared to be having a great time as she strolled with her parents

Lovely: Jodie appeared to be having a great time as she strolled with her parents

In conversation: The thespian chatted away to her smiling parents as they made their way around Primrose Hill

In conversation: The thespian chatted away to her smiling parents as they made their way around Primrose Hill

Mine's a pint: The trio supped on refreshing pints of beer as they sat in the sunshine

Mine’s a pint: The trio supped on refreshing pints of beer as they sat in the sunshine

What's the story? Jodie and her lookalike mother appeared very engaged in what James had to say

What’s the story? Jodie and her lookalike mother appeared very engaged in what James had to say

The Killing Eve star has received critical acclaim for her West End debut in the role as Tessa in Prima Facie, a one-person play by Suzie Miller, and cried on social media as she shared the news with fans. 

The production sees Comer portraying a brilliant barrister who has progressed from her working class origins to the top of the profession, when an unexpected event forces her to ‘confront the lines where the patriarchal power of the law, burden of proof and morals diverge’.

Sharing the news on Instagram, alongside a picture of her with tears in her yes, Comer wrote: ‘I am so honoured to play a part in the telling of this story and beyond thrilled that next week isn’t the end.

Happy: Last year, Jodie told The Times how much she enjoyed living at home, though she would need to get her own place at some point

Happy: Last year, Jodie told The Times how much she enjoyed living at home, though she would need to get her own place at some point

Homebody: Jodie previously said: 'I¿d live with my mum and dad till I was old and grey if I could'

Homebody: Jodie previously said: ‘I’d live with my mum and dad till I was old and grey if I could’

That's my girl: Jodie enjoyed quality time with her parents on Father's Day

That’s my girl: Jodie enjoyed quality time with her parents on Father’s Day

Ready to order? The star was seen chatting to a waiter as she sat between her parents outside

Ready to order? The star was seen chatting to a waiter as she sat between her parents outside

‘It means so much to see and hear so many of your positive responses.

Sharing the news on Instagram, alongside a picture of her with tears in her yes, Comer wrote: ‘I am so honoured to play a part in the telling of this story and beyond thrilled that next week isn’t the end.

‘It means so much to see and hear so many of your positive responses.

‘Thank you to all of you who have supported the show and a special shout out to those who have travelled thousands of miles, now it’s our turn. I love you Tess, we’re going to BROADWAY!’.

Exciting! Jodie Comer will be swapping the theatre boards of the West End for the bright lights of Broadway as she heads to the US with her one-person play (pictured crying as she delivered the news to fans)

Exciting! Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that Jodie will be swapping the theatre boards of the West End for the bright lights of Broadway as she heads to the US with her one-person play (pictured crying as she delivered the news to fans) 

It comes after she reportedly found herself at the centre of a security scare last month, after an overzealous fan allegedly tried to get under a shutter to the stage door at the theatre of her play.

Her popularity has no doubt soared after picking up the Leading Actress gong for her role in Channel 4 ‘s Help at this year’s BAFTA Television Awards held at London ‘s Royal Festival Hall earlier this month. 

The star who won the category in 2019 for Killing Eve, admitted she was ‘very nervous’ as she took to the stage to receive her award for her outstanding performance in the pandemic drama. 

Important: The production sees Comer portraying a brilliant barrister who has progressed from her working class origins to the top of the profession

Important: The production sees Comer portraying a brilliant barrister who has progressed from her working class origins to the top of the profession

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