Dockery is a vision dressed in a glimmering, floor-length gownCredit: AP:Associated Press The actress opted for simple jewelleryCredit: Getty – Contributor US actor Elizabeth McGovern (L) and Dockery greet each other in London‘s Leicester SquareCredit: AFP or licensors American actress Elizabeth McGovern wears a floor-length fuschia gown featuring a sweetheart neckline and white clutchCredit: AP:Associated Press Downton star Laura Carmichael stuns in blackCredit: AP:Associated Press Elizabeth McGovern (L), with her on-screen daughters Michelle Dockery (C) and Laura CarmichaelCredit: AFP or licensors Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Michelle Dockery, Laura Carmichael and Allen Leech team up for photos on the carpetCredit: AP:Associated Press
Carmichael returns to the big screen as Edith Pelham, Marchioness of Hexham.
Lady Edith had a bumpy road to her happy ending in the historical drama series, but goes on to marry Herbert Pelham to become the Marchioness of Hexham.
Actor Allen Leech plays Tom Branson in the historical dramaCredit: AP:Associated Press Allen with his pregnant wife Jessica Blair Herman, who he married earlier this yearCredit: Reuters Jim Carter and wife Imelda Staunton arrive at the world premiere of Downton Abbey, held at the Cineworld Leicester Square, LondonCredit: PA Kate Phillips has joined the feature film as Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of HarewoodCredit: PA
Fans waited for years for the movie to be confirmed and it was finally given the go-ahead in 2017.
And they’ll not be disappointed by the cast, as old favourites have reunited for the film version of the hit historical drama.
Actress Raquel Cassidy returns to her role as Phyllis Baxter after joining Downton Abbey in the last three seasons of the television seriesCredit: PA Sophie McShera, 34, plays Daisy Mason in Downton AbbeyCredit: PA Douglas Reith attending the world premiere of Downton AbbeyCredit: AFP or licensors Dame Maggie Smith was one of the last big stars to arrive on the red carpetCredit: Rex Features
Staunton’s Lady Bagshaw is one of Queen Mary’s ladies in waiting.
She and her maid, Lucy Smith (Tuppence Middleton), accompany the king and queen when they visit the stately home.
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