“Downton Abbey” Star Michelle Dockery for InStyle Magazine

Posted on August 12, 2019

“Dowton Abbey” star Michelle Dockery covers one of InStyle’s September issue subscriber covers photographed by Robbie Fimmano.

 

 

On returning to Downton accent: “I’d been so used to playing Americans [accents] that when we filmed Downton Abbey [the upcoming movie, out on September 20], I think [my character] Lady Mary started off being a little too posh.”

On returning to Downton: “Three years, but it felt like no time had passed at all. [I realized] I’d taken some things for granted. Like driving up to that house [the setting for Downton Abbey], it honestly took my breath away. But I think the three-year gap was perfect, because we’d all been off doing our own thing, and it was enough time to really, really miss it.”

On the “Mary Effect”: “If it’s Downton they recognize me from, they come across as, like, slightly afraid. Which is the Mary effect, isn’t it? I disarm them by going, ‘Oh, hi there, love!’”

On Downton doing more than one movie: “I mean, we’ll see. As Elizabeth McGovern, who plays my mother, just said, “All doors are left open.”

On working with Chris Evans: “Chris is one of my favorite people. The content of the show is very intense. We are playing the parents of a boy who has been accused of this awful murder of a boy his age in his school. But Chris is a laugh, and we share the same sense of humor, so it’s so brilliant to work with him.”

 

The InStyle September issue is on sale August 16th.

 

Style Credits:
Subscriber Cover:Coat by Bottega Veneta | Shirt by Woolrich | Slip Dress by Agent Provocateur | Necklace by Stephen Russell | Belt by Acne Studios
First Image:Shirt and Dress by Prada | Hat by The Elder Statesman | Socks by Falke | Platforms by Louis Vuitton | Rings, her own
Second Image: Sweater by Dior | Dress by Miu Miu | Slip Dress by Cami NYC

[Photo Credit: Robbie Fimmano/InStyle Magazine]

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