Downton Abbey star Imelda Staunton, 63, displays her kooky sense of style in green combat trousers as she reunites with Michelle Dockery for the film’s photocall in Rome
Downton Abbey star Imelda Staunton was effortlessly chic in green combats as she attended a photocall for the long-awaited film adaptation at the Rome Film Festival.
The actress, 63, showed off her quirky sense of style as she teamed the colourful trousers with a diamond blouse at the photocall in Italy on Saturday.
Imelda was joined by her stylish co-star Michelle Dockery, 37, who oozed sartorial chic in a brown checked suit.
Lovely: Downton Abbey star Imelda Staunton was effortlessly chic in green combats as she joined co-star Michelle Dockery for the film’s photocall at the Rome Film Festival
Imelda displayed her quirky sense of style by teaming the black printed shirt covered in diamonds with the green corduroy trousers.
The Harry Potter star was in high spirits as she posed up a storm at the photocall, which came following the film’s hugely successful release last month.
Imelda was high spirits as she joined her husband and Downton co-star Jim Carter at the event, which also saw the cast speak about their roles in the film on a panel.
Relaxed: Imelda cut a stylish figure as she opted for the forest green trousers with a diamond-printed blouse as she headed into the photo call in Italy
Jovial: Imelda was in high spirits as she arrived for the film’s photocall, following its hugely successful release last month
Reunited: Imelda headed into the photocall along with her real-life husband and co-star Jim Carter (far left), Michelle and director Michael Engler (far right)
Superstar: Imelda joined the Downton cast for this film adaptation, playing Lady Bagshaw, the rival of Maggie Smith’s Dowager Countess
Meanwhile Michelle opted for a smart chocolate brown suit with coloured pinstripes as she headed into the photocall.
The British actress teamed the co-ords with a simple black blouse and matching heels, with her dark bobbed tresses styled into loose waves.
As the cast headed into the panel, Michelle reflected on her recent role in the film, which earned praise from fans following the series’ end in 2015.
Perfection: Meanwhile Michelle opted for a smart chocolate brown suit with coloured pinstripes as she headed into the photocall
Well-dressed: The British actress teamed the two-piece with a matching black blouse and heels as she appeared at the photocall and later panel for the film
Good spirits: At the panel Michelle reflected on her role in the acclaimed period drama, where she plays Lady Mary Crawley
It comes amid claims a sequel to the hit Downton Abbey film is already in the works.
The film, based on the hit TV series of the same name, has taken in more than £110million at the global box office.
The film adaptation of Downton Abbey follows the show’s characters as they try to keep afloat following the announcement of a royal visit by King George V and Queen Mary, who will be played by newcomers Simon Jones and Geraldine James.
The TV series, which aired on ITV from September 2010 until Christmas Day 2015, followed the lives of the aristocratic household during the early 20th century.
King George V and Queen Mary, portrayed by cast newcomers Simon Jones and Geraldine James, will grace the Abbey with their company, along with new character Lady Maud Bagshaw, played by Imelda Staunton, who also joins the franchise.