Lady Carnarvon Discusses Isolating At Downton Abbey | This Morning

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Familiar to millions as TV’s Downton Abbey, Highclere Castle is currently fighting for its future. Countess of the manor, Lady Carnarvon, has gone from greeting thousands of tourists to counting on her lambs and pigs for company. She joins us to discuss virtual ‘cocktails with the countess’, how she manages to clean 300 rooms a week and offers the latest news on Downton Abbey’s big-screen sequel.
Broadcast on 21/04/20

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