In what can only be described as a “movie version of a sitcom,” the fourth installment of the Downton family drama series, “Downtons,” has a few new twists and turns, and one major plot twist that could cause quite a bit of controversy among the Dampers.
The fourth episode, entitled “A Downtons Christmas,” opens with Downtont’s (Emilia Clarke) son, Jack (Josh Radnor), walking into a small house in the town of Blackpool, England.
His father, Lord John (Nick Frost), is the sole heir to the Dorset estate and the Lord of the Manor, while his mother, Lady Margaret (Margaret Roberts), is a housekeeper for the Dursleys.
It’s a good-natured relationship, though it’s one that could end badly for the family if Lady Margaret gets to see her son’s secret crush.
The show’s star, Emma Watson, who plays Lady Margaret, will be back in the role of Lady Anne Boleyn, the eldest daughter of Anne Boly, the widow of Henry VIII.
She’ll play Lady Catherine of Aragon, the granddaughter of the great Spanish noblewoman, the Queen Mother.
The two of them will be joined by a host of new characters, including the dashing, but seemingly naive, Lord Grantham (Sam Clemens), the heir to Blackpool’s seat of Parliament.
Lady Margaret will be one of the main protagonists in the show.
Her role will be a lot more complicated than most of the other characters, though.
She’s the wife of the Lord Grankys, the king of England.
She lives with him, and they’re close friends.
The fact that she’s so closely connected to him is a major storyline.
But what does the fourth episode do to Lady Margaret?
The first thing that’s happening is that she is now a member of the House of Lords.
She has a very large, beautiful house, which is the same size as the Blackpool home that the Dumpys have owned for many years.
The House of Commons has recently passed a law banning all non-royal families from owning properties in England, so it’s a huge deal for Lady Margaret.
The first question everyone wants to know is, “How did the House pass this law?”
The answer is that Lady Margaret was the wife and the mother of the late King Henry VIII, and she was part of the royal family.
This is important, because the law is part of a wider plot to create a new English monarchy, one that will include the Dukes of York, the Duke of Gloucester, and other members of the Duke’s family.
The second thing that Lady Margery does in the episode is she goes out on a date with her lover, John (James Nesbitt), a young knight who also happens to be the heir of Blackwell, England, the estate that Lady Granthams father, Henry VIII of England, was supposedly buried in.
She is married to a man named Thomas (John Bradley), and the two of you are dating.
It doesn’t go so well for Lady Margary, though, because Thomas is the heir and the new heir apparent.
She wants to get away from the court life.
She also doesn’t want to get married to someone she doesn’t love, so she goes to the castle and gives birth to a child by the name of the Prince of Wales, Prince Henry (David Bradley).
The baby boy is named Henry VI, and his father, King Henry VI of England and Queen Mary (Kirsty Young), is now the Duke and Duchess of York.
It will be quite a surprise to all of the people who have been following the story of the King and Queen since the mid-1950s, when they were married and had their son, Henry VI.
The third thing that occurs in the fourth and final episode of the series is that the young boy is taken to London by a servant named Lady Margaret to attend a wedding in the castle.
There are other people attending, including her father, Prince Philip, who is the Duke, Duchess of Cornwall, and the Queen of England’s sister, Princess Elizabeth.
The wedding was to take place in England and it will take place this weekend, but the guests will not be in England.
The Queen is taking the children to England, where she will be staying with her mother, Queen Victoria, who will be at her side for the ceremony.
The last thing that happens in the Dauntless is that there’s a surprise for the Prince, the Prince and the Princess of Wales.
The Prince is the prince of Wales and is the eldest son of King George III.
He is also the heir, and Lady Margaret and her son are part of his family.
He and Lady Elizabeth are the only two people in the royal household who can speak to the Prince.