The Proposal: Part II – ‘Downton Abbey’

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It had aristocracy, but no love. That’s why we knew the relationship on “Downton Abbey” between Lady Mary and the prickly Sir Richard was never going to happen. But when Matthew finally popped the question to Mary on bended knee, it was worth the season-long build-up.

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