Line of Duty's Martin Compston shares rare snaps of wife Tianna Flynn as he celebrates 37th birthday

LINE of Duty's Martin Compston shared rare snaps of his wife Tianna Flynn as he celebrates his 37th birthday.

The Scottish star may be one of the best-loved actors on our screens, but he usually keeps his personal life on the down-low.

Martin took to social media to share a pic of his stunning American wife Tianna, 33.

The actor reposted a photo of the him alongside his partner, simply captioning it with three love heart emojis.

Tianna also shared the sweet photos on her Instagram page, writing: "How it started in 2014 and how it's going in 2021!!

"Thank you for keeping a smile on my face a joy in my heart. Happy birthday my love!

"Enjoy every bit of it you deserve it!!"

The couple, who married in 2016 at Mar Hall, Renfrewshire, enjoy a life of luxury at their four-bed home that they share with their son and adorable pitbull King.

The ex-Morton footballer and his wife met in a hotel when Tianna was working as nightclub manager in Las Vegas.

They endured a long distance relationship before the actor then decided to move abroad to be with her.

Tianna, who is a realtor, regularly gives her fans an insight into the couples life away from the cameras.

She regularly shares loved-up snaps of the pair including sweet date nights together and evening out at glamorous occasions.

After Tianna pictured with a bump back in the Henley Festival in 2019, the pair became parents for the first time.

Martin, who has plays DS Steve Arnott in the hit BBC crime thriller, has had viewers hooked since 2012.

BBC One viewers were left on the edge of their seats as the identity of The Fourth Man was revealed as Detective Superintendent Ian Buckells.

The BBC has refused to confirm or deny whether any future series have been formally commissioned, leaving dedicated fans worried they may have watched their last ever episode of the cop drama.

Meanwhile, others are furious that the series six finale could be how the show ends, and have demanded another one to make up for what they consider an "underwhelming" conclusion.

One irate viewer wrote on Twitter: "Well how underwhelming was that??!!! #LineofDutyFinale #LineOfDuty still left open for another series as there must be people higher up? But that episode just never got going."

Another tweeted: "The only way that was a good ending is if there’s another series. If there isn’t, well."

A third wrote to creator Jed Mercurio: "I have watched the show since the first episode. I think you are a creative genius but please please please do another season…can't be ending it like that."

    Source: Read Full Article