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I then was able to just go straight into the commentary." Lady Carnarvon: "I think that is why I started writing a blog. I start the day going for a bicycle ride with the dogs, and then to see the gardeners, and to meetings about enquiries, events, building projects or further ideas.Yet, I do also stop and plan weekends to invite friends—new and old—when the Castle is full of laughter and conversation, glamorous gowns, and carefully constructed menus. The editors here at T L are no different, so we decided to catch up with the two people who know the estate best: Lady Carnarvon, formerly known as Fiona Aitken (aka the real-life Countess of Grantham, played by Elizabeth Mc Govern in the series) and the aforementioned Alastair Bruce, who served as historical advisor, to get the scoop on what really goes on behind the estate’s closed doors.
And now, if I go to a restaurant, I find this rather unattractive American custom, which is the staff rushing up—and they don’t wait for you to finish a sentence.I really cut my teeth with him—he’d already done came along.I just find myself getting involved in quite a lot of these programs that look back on how the British aristocracy used to live and operate, anytime between 1789 and the present.I want to sit down, eat my food and if I’m not happy, I’ll tell them.
But apparently now, they’re informed by American training that you have to check if the people are happy with their food LC: "We will obviously miss the recess in January and the arrival of the long white caravans and the lorries vans followed by the crew and cast.[But] the Castle is rarely empty, and we had quite a full calendar before AB: "We used to have a read through of the first five episodes with Julian and all the actors present in very early February just before we’d start filming.