- "I felt like Kate Middleton": Downton's Michelle Dockery on her screen marriage
- Michelle Dockery: 'I consider myself a widow'
Writer Julian Fellowes was delighted to marry off his two leading characters. The show is hugely popular in the US and has been nominated for a staggering 16 Emmys. Earlier this year she was on the cover of Vanity Fair and offers are rolling in.
New series of Downton Abbey Image: ITV The new series of Downton itself gets back to its roots, says Dan, who admits he felt it lost its way during the last run when it dealt with the First World War. One of the things I enjoyed the most were the small dramas about holes in shirts and unpolished candlesticks.
One of those is the death of a major character. The Earl is also grappling to save Downton after losing his family fortune in a railway investment.
Could it be the end of Downton? Unlikely, as Fellowes is already dreaming up ideas for the fourth series next year. PA Forbidden love is in the air The third series of Downton will be packed with love affairs, crushes and new relationships.
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Half the downstairs staff fall for new kitchen maid Ivy instantly — much to the annoyance of Daisy. Middle daughter Lady Edith will do her very best to persuade her beau Sir Anthony Strallen that she is marriage material. We have too many brown-haired boys. Dan as the Beast in the classic Disney fairytale Image: It was fun but this is more natural.
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His parents are both teachers and he grew up in Wales and South East England with his younger adopted brother. He became interested in drama at school and, from the age of 15, spent his summer holidays with the National Youth Theatre in London.
Dan Stevens in The Guest Image: He is also pals with Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch.
Then in Downton came along. His boyish good looks and passionate affair with the snooty Lady Mary, played by Michelle Dockery, caught the attention of audiences both in the UK and America.
Deciding to leave was very difficult, but it felt like a good time to take stock. I wanted a chance to do other things. Dan Stevens and Susie Hariet Image: