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Aidan's incredibly busy with his career and Nettie's art is really taking off so they had a lot on their plates.' Proving to still be on good terms however, the insider added: 'It's all very amicable.'Mail Online has contacted representatives of Aidan for comment.

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Turner previously dated Ripper Street actress Charlene Mc Kenna and Penny Dreadful star Sarah Greene – but admitted that he finds dating actresses “quite dull and taxing”.

His dad, who also works on the drama, said: ‘My son Ben does the tricky stuff.

The reason he is Poldark’s double is because Aidan is a very precious commodity and they wanted Aidan to take as few risks as possible.’ There’ll be no more gawping over Poldark or his stunt double as it’s the last in the series on Sunday.

Talking about her sex scenes in the period drama, Eleanor says her boyfriend isn’t worried in the slightest: ‘My boyfriend is immensely supportive and that’s great.

We have watched it together and he’s very proud.’ Ben Atkinson is a rider for Atkinson Action Horses based in East Yorkshire and is Aidan Turner’s riding body double.

Speaking to TV Week last year he said: “If you’re in my business and you find somebody who does exactly what you do and you’re living with them, then you’re in the business all the time.

“You go home, talk about casting directors, you talk about the press, you talk about the next job you’re doing – it can become quite dull and taxing.

The pair reportedly “drifted”, but ended their six month relationship ‘amicably’.

“They’ve drifted and things have cooled off but there are no hard feelings.

As an actor, is that the fun part of jumping into something like this? There’s so much going on in this show, and I found that in the second [season], too. We usually shoot by location, so you might be a week in Ross’ kitchen in Paris, so a lot of it is with Jud and Prudie and Demelza. And then, it changes and you’re tackling something else. There’s always a lot going on, certainly for me, anyway. It’s funny ‘cause I never saw him as a do-gooder, but a lot of people have brought it up, almost slightly aggravated. I’m really proud of it, and it’s a fan show to be a part of. Are you also itching to explore something contemporary again, outside of this series? It doesn’t feel like we’re doing some dusty costume thing for BBC. Until I’m on Skype or Facetime or something, I forget how ridiculous the whole set-up is.