Jessica Brown Findlay Reportedly Made the 1st Move on Ziggy Heath — Today They Are Happily Married
Jessica Brown Findlay and her husband Ziggy Heath tied the knot last year and are happily married today, but not many fans know that the "Harlot" actress made the first move.
At 31, Jessica Brown Findlay has a notable career, having featured in a series of blockbuster movies with some awards to her credit. The English actress is undoubtedly pretty and would not be short of attention, but that did not hinder her from making the first move to the man she liked.
These days, Findlay and her husband, actor Ziggy Heath are happily married, but the history of their romance is quite interesting and applaudable; the duo showed that they are not the typical traditional couple.
According to reports, their romance sparked off on the hit movie "Harlot's" set after Findlay asked him out. Close sources revealed that the "Downtown Abbey" star fancied Heath and made the bold move to chat him up.
Shortly after their romance began, colleagues confessed that they looked like the perfect match for each other. Moreover, the duo was said to share a deep connection that made it difficult not to imagine them together.
Finally, in September 2020, both stars had their dream come true as they exchanged their vows in a secret wedding. Fans were shocked to see colorful pictures from the event as no one anticipated the surprise wedding.
The pandemic brought a series of events to a halt, including planned weddings of big stars like actress Jennifer Lopez and her ex, Alex Rodriguez but Findlay and Heath were keen on getting the deed done.
Planning the wedding amidst the pandemic was a huge task for the couple. Their guest list of 30 people proved to be a crowd at some point, and the couple had to readjust the list several times to ensure absolute compliance.
Restrictions for the couple did not mean a lack of perfection for their big day. Both stars looked their best, hoping to create a sweet memory from the day.
Findlay rocked a high-neck lace gown for her big day, which she spiced up with a jeweled headband that had her hair swept back in a chic bun. The groom, Heath, wore a snazzy patterned waistcoat, crisp white shirt, and black trousers.
Their three-tiered buttercream cake from London-based brand "Lily Vanilli Bakery" made the occasion look like a royal wedding. Both actors clearly had a historic day.
While the day was a perfect one, they were certainly heartaches along the way. Findlay reportedly revealed that their wedding had to be canceled at some point due to the difficulties of the year.
The "Winter's Tale" actress had a couple of things planned out for the year, which she could not achieve but being married to the love of her life was the most significant achievement she could have hoped for.