'What is a weekend?' The Dowager Countess' 10 best lines from 'Downton Abbey'

Maggie Smith - you may know her as The Dowager Countess of Grantham, Violet Crawley on Downton Abbey or as Professor Minerva McGonagall from Harry Potter, or you may remember some of her earlier works.

The Dowager Countess

Champagne and Pizza Kind of Monday

What is a Weekend- Downton Abbey, The Dowager Countess of Grantham. I am addicted to Downton.

Love Downton Abbey. Love Maggie Smith...this is how I currently feel in nursing school lol

10 Lessons From The Dowager Countess

Lady Violet: Well, I'm going up to London to stay with Rosamund for a day or two. I think we'll have Lavinia for tea. Lady Mary: You sound as if you're going to gobble her up. Lady Violet: [giggles] If only we could.

1865 Portrait of Countess Anna von Hallwyl by Boutibonne. Dress is by W. W. Ullberg & Comp.

Portrait of Countess Anna Fridrica Wilhelmina (nee Kempe) von Hallwyl painted in 1865 by Charles-Edouard Boutibonne (French, The dress, by W.

I’m A Celebrity and Peaky Blinders review: Wonderfully entertaining THERE once was a great dowager of Sunday night television who pronounced, “What is a weekend?” Now, Maggie Smith’s Countess of Grantham has been partially eclipsed by Stanley Johnson’s apparently genuine inquiry “What is a rea...

I’m A Celebrity and Peaky Blinders review: Wonderfully entertaining THERE once was a great dowager of Sunday night television who pronounced, “What is a weekend?” Now, Maggie Smith’s Countess of Grantham has been partially eclipsed by Stanley Johnson’s apparently genuine inquiry “What is a rea...

dowager countess for the win

Downton Abbey Viewing Party Ideas

best character from Downton Abbey by far! Maggie Smith as Dowager Countess of Grantham, Violet Crawley

Here are Dowager Countess's best quotes in Downton Abbey

Dowager Countess' best quotes on Downton Abbey will live on in infamy

1900 Tea Gown Woven silk damask embroidered with glass, metal thread and beads, and embroidered net and lace

Tea gown

1900 (made) House of Rouff (designer) Woven silk damask embroidered with glass, metal thread and beads, and embroidered net and lace. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

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