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Lady Mary and Matthew Crawley Reunited to Celebrate Downton Abbey

13 Aug 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Downton Abbey’s Dan Stevens and Michelle Dockery reunite.

The event celebrated the beloved series’ worldwide success with cast and crew including the above-pictured Dan Stevens and Michelle Dockery in attendance as well as Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, and Joanne Froggatt and many others. With the final season of Downton Abbey quickly approaching, we worried that we would never see Lady Mary re-united with her one and only true love, Matthew Crawley.The 33-year-old Michelle Dockery took to Instagram and posted an emotional behind-the-scenes photo with Oliver and Zac Barker, who together play the role of her on-screen son, George, reported Entertainment weekly. “Today is the last day of what has been the most glorious 6 years of my life.holds hands with her on-screen sister Laura Carmichael as they arrive at the BAFTA Tribute To ‘Downton Abbey’ event held at Richmond Theatre on Tuesday evening (August 11) in Richmond, England. The show, which is watched by millions of viewers in hundreds of countries, has also been a critical hit, winning Golden Globes, Emmys and Bafta awards since its debut in 2010.

Certainly there were some logistical barriers preventing this reunion—Matthew being dead and all—but we hoped that Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes would work his magic, with a final season flashback to Mary and Matthew’s happier times. I am so grateful to have been part of this family Thank you to each and every one of you out there for watchingu2026 @downtonabbey_official #LastDaysOfDownton #finalcountdown,” she captioned the picture. “There’s speculation about whether we’ll ever make a Downton movie, we might, but there are no firm plans. Dockery shared a photo of their reunion on Instagram, writing in the caption, “I’ve missed this face.” Dockery and her fellow cast members have been documenting their emotional goodbyes with the hashtag #LastDaysOfDownton as filming for the series wrapped this week. Shayne, who has starred in the West End production of musical Rock Of Ages and Jeff Wayne’s musical version of The War Of The Worlds, said: “I’ve had years to deal with that. Fortunately for us, however, actors Michelle Dockery and Dan Stevens, who play(ed) the beloved characters, got together outside the constraints of the period drama.

This once [great] estate is being fragmented”, the actor shared. “‘Robert, the dinosaur that he has been this time does adapt, does see that change is necessary…” He wants to conserve the best of the past but absolutely understands that the future beckons. Speaking at last night’s Bafta tribute event, Bonneville said: “I think it could have been squeezed out for another couple of series, but I think Julian [Fellowes] would have run out of ideas”. According to Fellowes, he wouldn’t find it shocking if a “Downtown Abbey” movie, or some form of “afterlife” will push through after the show ends. While few details have been released about the sixth and final series of Downton, Laura did reveal that she stars in the very final scene and that the camera closes on her. “It’s very exciting”, the 29-year-old told the BBC. Stevens, being the gentleman he is, posted the same Instagram with a different, colorful filter and equally sweet caption: “Me & M’Lady together again…” The reunion between Dockery and Stevens—who is playing the Beast to Emma Watson’s Beauty in the upcoming live-action adaptation of the Disney classic—arrived at the perfect time for Lady Mary, who probably needed some spirit lifting after the cast said good-bye on Twitter this weekend.

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