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oh christ this is the best thing I’ve seen today
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Back when an ‘unknown’ series was about to debut… Tatler 2010
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Mary and Matthew look as if Violet had just farted.
Why the grumpiness.
I’m digging RObert’s hat and STICK.
So excited. THE CRAWLEYS GO TO HOGWARTS.
LOL Matthew’s face. :D
Mary is obviously trying to hide a pregnancy.
Somehow, Edith has good boobs even in a sack.
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FESTIVE TREAT FOR DOWNTON FANS
CHRISTMAS has come early for Downton Abbey fans after ITV last night confirmed a surprise fourth series and a 2013 Christmas special.
Filming of eight new episodes for next autumn, plus an extended special episode for the following Christmas, will begin in February and include intriguing new cast members.
The opening and closing episodes will again be feature length with the new series continuing the story of the Crawley family and their servants into the 1920s.
And, as if that news was not enough, ITV has also released a tantalising glimpse of this year’s Christmas special, with a set of pictures showing the Downton staff enjoying a funfair while the Crawley family go on a luxury Scottish holiday at a stunning castle.
Show insiders have also hinted at a romance for the Downton cook, the inimitable Mrs Patmore (Lesley Nicol).
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I NEED AN ICON OF MRS PATMORE ON A MERRY-GO-ROUND.
That is all.
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Christmas Special 2012
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Downton Abbey cast talk about their characters.
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Filming of eight new episodes for autumn 2013 plus an extended special episode for Christmas 2013 begins at Highclere Castle and Ealing Studios in February next year.
The opening and closing episodes will again be feature length with series four continuing the story of the Crawley family and their servants in the early 1920s.
Gareth Neame, Managing Director of Carnival Films, the show’s makers and Executive Producer of Downton Abbey said well-loved characters both above and below stairs will return along with the arrival of some new faces.
“Viewers can look forward to more drama, comedy, love, hatred, jealousy, rivalry, ambition, despair and romance.”
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