Drama is always the order of the day for the posh denizens of Downton Abbey but there is one family member who lives a charmed life and rarely has cause for upset and that’s Lady Mary Crawley. But in a stunning turn of events, the heiress recently had a genuinely upsetting day.
Another day, another Crawley family drama. In an exclusive interview, Downton Abbey, the Crawley’s ancestral home, says there is friction and wants it wants to see the nobles kicked into the street. The latest scandal erupted during a house tour.
Drama has struck the denizens of Downton Abbey yet again. At one time, the manor house was the epitome of grandeur but insiders say things aren’t what they once were. Minister of Health Neville Chamberlain paid a visit to the estate recently and the evening is said to have been a complete debacle.
The denizens of Downton Abbey have plenty of skeletons in their closet: from stalking to murder to child abuse, now the Crawleys have another issue—haunting. The spirit of the late Lady Sybil has been rattling chains throughout the halls. In an exclusive interview, a Downton insider tells of the eerie tale.
Lady Edith has been suffering since the very begin. Her luck has been awful and she’s dealt with all sorts of barbs from Lady Mary and even Lord Grantham and Lady Cora have gotten in a dig or two.
Lady Edith Crawley’s ward, Marigold, who was briefly raised by tenant farmers, Mr. and Mrs. Drewe, until Lady Edith took the child to live at Downton Abbey was recently kidnapped by Mrs. Drewe during a livestock competition. There has always been a cloud of mystery surrounding the child whom some believe to be the love child of Lady Edith and the late Michael Gregson. Little Marigold is shaken by the recent events and sat down with TV Recappers’ Delight to discuss the kidnapping.
As always the infamous Crawley family is rife with scandal and intrigue but now it turns out that the manor house itself is in the midst of a crisis. In a bombshell interview, Downton Abbey speaks out about its fears for the future.
Downton Abbey’s madcap Lady Rose is no longer a thorn in the side.