Elizabeth McGovern, 53, says losing her sex appeal was ”liberating.” The Downton Abbey star revealed she is pleased people don’t look at her as a sexual being because it feels freeing. She explained: ”Losing your sex appeal is no bad thing. People look at me in a way that is not as immediately sexual as they did when I was young. I find that liberating. You can operate on a different level, without having to contend with that dynamic all the time.” However, Elizabeth – who plays Cora Crawley in the ITV period drama – admitted that she sometimes forgets that she has reached her 50s. She said: ”I don’t see myself as middle-aged, and whenever anyone refers to me as such, I find it shocking, but not offensive. I feel exactly the same as when I was 18, except with more confidence and more of a secure grounding under my feet. I feel better.” Meanwhile, it was revealed recently that the cast of Downton Abbey are planning to release a Christmas album. Titled Christmas at Downton Abbey, the project has been backed by classical music label Rhino, according to The Sun.
May 13, 2020 | 1 Comment
Kevin McNally tells us about his role on the third season of Unforgotten, now playing on BritBox, as well as what he’s working on at home during the pandemic.
May 7, 2020 | 2 Comments
We had the chance to speak to Oscar-nominee Imelda Staunton by phone about her role on the TV series ‘A Confession’ and what she’s doing during the pandemic.
December 18, 2019 | 1 Comment
Downton Abbey the movie is now available on DVD and Blu-ray. Check out all the special features, including chats with upstairs and downstairs cast members!