Tom Burke and Alexandra Dowling Relationship
Tom Broke and Alexandra Dowling from the Musketeers were said to be in a relationship. They have never acknowledged their coupling.
Burke and Dowling were speculated to be dating when they worked together for the BBC period dramas, but they never admitted a word to the media.
But there were whispers of something brewing on Tumblr, as even diehard fans could not pinpoint their emotions.
They often were spotted together, as Tom arrived to support her in 2017 during the press night after party for A Lie Of The Mind at The Southwark Playhouse.
Some fans have even met them during intimate date nights with picture proof of them hanging out together. Over time, their burning flames frazzled out with no notice as they moved on with their lives.
The pair shared screen space when they worked together in the 2018 mini-tour of Don Carlos. The reenactment took inspiration from Schiller's 1787 tragedy of passion and dark politics of the Spanish court as it was Tom's Passion's project.
He convinced Paul Jepson to put together a cast and executed it at the Northcott theatre in Exeter. After its success, they added Southampton and the Rose, Kingston as their next locations, with people outside London reacting better to their work.
Alexandra got selected to play Princess Eboli, while Burke played Rodrigo, the Marquis of Posa.
Tom Was One Of The Musketeers
Tom was one of the four main character of the BBC drama The Musketeers as Athos.
He was said to have reckless tendencies, with his feelings dictating his actions. He got angry at himself when falling for others' deceptions, confiding his feelings only towards his partner Milady de Winter.
She was a mysterious figure, with Athos having reserved feelings for her, carrying around her neckless as a symbol of his fondness. We found out later that she was his lover until she brutally murdered his brother, leading her to get punished with hanging.
Despite her crimes, he was unable to watch her in pain and bribed the executioner to let her live. He has a similar respect for Captain Treville, siding with him when things do not work in their favor.
Alexandra Got Selected For Queen Anne
Alexandra was in her 20s when she got the script for The Musketeers for the role of Queen Anne.
The action-packed sequences with the fun storytelling attracted her as the modern twist was a breath of fresh air. Her character, Queen Anne, was a married woman, the spouse of King Louis. They wedded when they weres still very young, with her still having difficulty grasping power within the court.
While outsiders may see them as a loving pair, they have a more familial bond as the pressure to produce an heir becomes daunting. She finds the atmosphere suffocating and respects the Musketeer, Captain Treville.
They have reached a common ground, as she protected him, even if it meant going against Louis's words.