Mr Tennant, who played the tenth Doctor who, met his fiancée when she had a guest role in a 2008 episode – playing the Doctor’s daughter, Jenny.Miss Moffett’s father Peter Davison, in turn, had played the fifth Time Lord.He also revealed that only about five people knew who the culprit of the series was during filming.
Related: Doctor Who boss Steven Moffat reveals the real reason he's never cast a female Doctor While we can only dream of such a casting, we can say with authority that David Tennant knows what it takes to play the Doctor on the cult series – and it's about being a super fan."Peter Capaldi grew up as a big fan, as have writers Russell T Davies, Steven Moffat and Chris Chibnall," he recently explained.
"You see, that's the trick."But that's not all – David has also stressed the gravity of the role, revealing that the next Doctor needs to be ready to take on some serious responsibility."It's part of the national conversation. "That's a huge honour to be in the middle of, but it's quite a responsibility."Well, with great power comes great responsibility and all that.
He said: ‘I suspect that, crucially, Georgia wasn’t overawed by David.
He’s a really nice guy, but a lot of people are intimidated by actors who’ve played The Doctor.
Georgia also has a son from a previous relationship that David has adopted.
David and Georgia appeared deep in conversation on their outing, possibly discussing who could be behind the vile rape of Trish Winterman on Broadchurch.
The couple struck up a relationship just a couple of months after his split from long-term love actress Sophia Myles.
She still lives at her parents house on the outskirts of Cardiff so much of their four month relationship was spent at his city flat.
He told The Sun: 'Sitting down to write the final episode was very emotional and I admit I actually had a bit of a weep doing it.