Fans said goodbye to the majestic halls of Downton Abbey in November 2015 and ever since then we’ve been suffering from some serious Crawley family drama withdrawal. But Lady Mary lovers are in luck because the ‘Downton Abbey’ movie has received the green light!
We NEED this to happen! HollywoodLife.com caught up with ‘Downtown Abbey’s’ Laura Carmichael after the SAG Awards on Jan. 29, and she says that a movie might actually happen! Find out how, right here.
Maggie Smith wins again! The ‘Downton Abbey’ star won her third Best Supporting Actress Emmy for her role as the Dowager Countess, shockingly beating out ‘Game of Thrones’ stars Emilia Clarke, Lena Headey and Maisie Williams! And Maggie didn’t even show up!
Lady Mary is giving us hope! Michelle Dockery teased that a ‘Downton Abbey’ movie is not out of the question. The actress revealed that there is definitely ‘potential’ for a movie to happen in the near future!
Lady Edith’s wedding was a gorgeous affair as the character finally got her happily-ever-after during the ‘Downton Abbey’ finale — and if you loved her wedding dress, you’re in luck! SHOP for a similar frock here if you want to recreate the look for a special occasion.
Lady Edith Crawley was left at the altar by one suitor and had a child out of wedlock with another suitor, (who was killed shortly after their evening together) — it is safe to say that she didn’t always have the best luck when it came to her love life! However, all the trials and tribulations she endured on six seasons of Downton Abbey led her to her beautiful wedding day during the series finale, which aired on March 6. Edith looked like a princess when she came down the staircase at the family’s estate, clad in a gorgeous white frock that was elegant and chic. It was the perfect look for her 1926 wedding.
We laughed and cried during the ‘Downton Abbey’ series finale, as Lady Edith finally got her happy ending. Read on for our recap!
After six seasons the time has come to say good bye to Downton Abbey — and the Christmas Special wrapped everything up perfectly! The biggest event of the season, Lady Edith’s wedding, is finally here.
Lady Edith discovers that her engagement got even sweeter, as Bertie is the heir to his cousin’s estate, but the miserable Lady Mary manages to break up her sister’s relationship by revealing the true identity of Marigold in this emotional episode — and that’s not all! A wedding and a suicide attempt shock the house. Read on for more from our ‘Downton Abbey’ recap!
With only one more episode of Downton Abbey left, episode seven proved to be a real emotional rollercoaster as I laughed, I cried and I even cheered for Lady Edith! For the last six seasons of Downton Abbey I’ve always considered Lady Mary misunderstood and I defended her rude yet somewhat endearing ways — even if she’s so icy that the only friend she has in the world is Anna, who is basically paid to hang out with her and do her hair. Well, her behavior in season six, episode seven was so deplorable even I couldn’t justify it. Misery truly loves company and the depressed widow couldn’t stand to see her sister happy. While she’s always the first to tear Lady Edith down she took it a step further by breaking up her engagement — and that wasn’t even the biggest moment of the episode!
While Lady Edith celebrates an engagement, Lady Mary is left heartbroken after a day at the race, when a deadly crash seems to shatter her dreams of living happily ever after with Henry. Read on for our ‘Downton Abbey’ recap!
While Lady Mary may have reservations about the race, the entire family heads off to join in the fun and watch after Henry Talbot writes to Lord Grantham and invites everyone along. The day takes a somber tone when an unexpected crash leaves a driver dead. Although this week’s episode was a tough one for Mary, Lady Edith finally has some really good news to share. She’s engaged! Read on for more in our Downton Abbey recap.
Lady Mary and Henry Talbot’s kiss means that their relationship is really heating up — and she isn’t the only one with love on the horizon! Lady Edith gets closer to her suitor and Cora and the Dowager Countess are at war over the hospital.
Lord Grantham is back from the hospital and Mary and Tom decide to open the Downton Abbey house for tours, accepting the fee for charity to raise funds for the hospital. Although he doesn’t seem thrilled by the news, he knows there’s no sense in arguing since Mary already made her mind up.
The severity of Lord Grantham’s mysterious illness is revealed as he collapses in the most shocking, graphic scene we’ve ever witnessed on ‘Downton Abbey’ as the Crawley family is once again reminded of how fragile life really is. Read on for our recap of season six, episode five.
While the back and forth regarding the hospital continued to wage on, episode five proved to be action-packed, as the Downton Abbey gals were both occupied by their dating prospects and Robert, (Lord Grantham), had a shocking brush with death.
Congratulations are in order for the cast of ‘Downton Abbey’! The group took home the award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series at the 2016 SAG Awards and it couldn’t have been more deserved. Yay!
Downton Abbey has done it again! The show’s incredible cast won Best Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series at the 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards, and they were up against some stiff competition! Congratulations to the amazing actors and actresses who have brought this show to life.
Possible new couple alert! ‘Downton Abbey’ may be ending, but the romance between co-stars Laura Carmichael and Michael Fox is apparently just getting started! After bonding on set for over a year, it seems that Lady Edith and her servant Andrew Parker are now an item.
Although they play characters in completely different cast systems on the period drama, Downton Abbey, Laura Carmichael, 29, and Michael Fox, 26, don’t mind mingling in real life! In fact, the pair is reportedly dating and have been “really enjoying each other’s company.”
This week on ‘Downton Abbey’ Anna has a big scare, and finally tells Bates her secret. Things also seem to be heating up in the romance department for Lady Mary. Read on for our recap!
Downton Abbey seems to be a happier place now that Branson is back. Lady Edith is quick to take the wind out of Mary’s sails as the agent, but Branson isn’t there to take the job away from her — they will share the duties, as Tom also seems eager to find work away from the house.
The day we have all been waiting for is finally here! Mrs. Hughes and Mr. Carson’s wedding is extra special when two family members make a grand return. Read on to find out what else happened in our ‘Downton Abbey’ season six, episode three recap.
The Downton Abbey wedding is quickly approaching and the engaged couple, Mr. Carson and Mrs. Hughes, still seem to be going back and forth about the plans. Mrs. Hughes wanted a big wedding breakfast and Mr. Carson wants a more formal affair, just like the Crawley family would have it. The sensible bride doesn’t even want to order a new dress, although Mrs. Patmore is quick to share the new catalog she got in the mail.
A kidnapping rocks Downton as Marigold goes missing and wedding drama brews as Mrs. Hughes and Mr. Carson can’t agree on where to get married.
Lady Mary stirs up major drama at Downton when she takes Marigold to the Drewes’ farm — and much to Lady Edith’s despair. Unfortunately she was off in London managing her new editor when the trip went down and did little to stop the plans, for fear of her judgmental sister finding out about her secret child. Since Edith couldn’t be present, Cora accompanied Mary and the children. Both Edith’s aunt and her mother think it’s about time they clue in Lady Mary. For someone so quick-witted and sharp, I’m shocked she still hasn’t realized that Marigold is her sister’s daughter.
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