AceShowbiz - After photos of Ewan McGregor passionately kissing his "Fargo" co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead at a busy cafe hit the web, it was reported that Eva Mavrakis was "furious" over the cheating rumors. The wife of the "Star Wars" actor reportedly feared that Mary Elizabeth had a "teenage crush" on her husband of 22 years.
Talking to The Sun, a source revealed, "She is doing her best to handle it with dignity." The source added, "But what makes it worse is she has been told Mary Elizabeth had a teenage crush on Ewan. I'm sure a lot of people did but they didn’t go and have an affair with him."
Additionally, Eve was said to have once invited Mary Elizabeth over her Los Angeles house for a family dinner, not knowing about the actress' alleged feelings for her husband. "Mary went to the house once and met Eve and the kids over dinner," the source claimed. "She was very cordial. It seemed logical she should get to know Ewan and the family."
Following the cheating rumors, which came amid reports of Ewan and Eve splitting since May, Eve's pals allegedly said that she's "heartbroken, sick and furious at the break-up of her 22-year marriage." The site further stated that McGregor's family feared that the 46-year-old actor, who shares four daughters with Eve, might be having a mid-life crisis.
While Eve was seemingly in a deep misery, recent reports stated Mary Elizabeth stayed at Ewan's home in North London last week with the actor.
Earlier last week, the pair were photographed passionately kissing at The Good Life Eatery I in St. John's Wood, North West London. An onlooker told the site, "Ewan and Mary Elizabeth were there together and seemed relaxed in each other's company," before adding that "there's always lots of celebrities around in that area."
"They were deep in conversation and were there together for more than an hour. As they left she got on to the back of Ewan's motorbike and they sped off together," the onlooker continued speaking of the two. "The cafe was really busy with people including delivery drivers coming in and out the whole time. You cannot reserve a table in there and have to go to the counter to order food, so people are up and down--constantly."