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When the family joins the [[Aldridge family|Sinderbys]] for the grouse season at [[Brancaster Castle]], Cora sees Robert is hiding something and repeatedly asks him what is going on. He finally admits he has been having pains in his chest and will be going for tests when they return home. Cora insists he should not be shooting then, and when he has a severe episode, she settles the matter and stops him shooting for the rest of the season, telling Mary she wants to get him home in one piece. When it's determined he has an ulcer, she puts him on a strict diet, which to his dismay does not include alcohol. It ends until Christmas Eve, and she tries to stop him from speaking as he has started drinking again, but later on is amazed when he does speak in praise of their son-in-law Tom and wishing him well, for he did not sound drunk at all. When she asks him how he did that, he told her he was concentrating, citing his training as a soldier.
 
When the family joins the [[Aldridge family|Sinderbys]] for the grouse season at [[Brancaster Castle]], Cora sees Robert is hiding something and repeatedly asks him what is going on. He finally admits he has been having pains in his chest and will be going for tests when they return home. Cora insists he should not be shooting then, and when he has a severe episode, she settles the matter and stops him shooting for the rest of the season, telling Mary she wants to get him home in one piece. When it's determined he has an ulcer, she puts him on a strict diet, which to his dismay does not include alcohol. It ends until Christmas Eve, and she tries to stop him from speaking as he has started drinking again, but later on is amazed when he does speak in praise of their son-in-law Tom and wishing him well, for he did not sound drunk at all. When she asks him how he did that, he told her he was concentrating, citing his training as a soldier.
   
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===1925===
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Cora happily supports Edith's plans to appoint a female Editor for her business after the male one walks out on her. Meanwhile Mary meets a charming race car driver and Cora attends the races, but horror strikes and Henry's rival is painfully killed. She looks visually sad at Finner when the matter is brought up. 1925 proves to be a very stressful for Cora as during at a dinner with the Health Minister her beloved husband began throwing up violently heavy amounts of blood, Cora later ran to his aid and accompaniment him to the hospital. During this time Cora argues with Violet over what is to be done with the Downton Hospital with her pushing to new methods alongside Isboel, Cora is then apptioned the successor of Violet. Cora feels torn as her loyalty first is to her family yet she does want to take the position. Cora eventually takes the position of Chairmen of the Hospital. Later on, when the doors of Downton are opened to the public Cora proves to be fairly unknowledgeable of the great estate. Violet soon storms in and is angry with Cora as she accepted the position. When Violet runs of to France Cora feels responsible for tearing apart the family. When Bertie Pelham proposes to Edith Cora worries over what he will make of Marigold. Cora constantly helps Edith with her difficult situation with Pelham, and pushes for her to tell him the truth. Later when Bertie becomes the new Marquess Cora is very happy and later addresses him incorrectly but it is taken lightly and the two laugh. Cora then comforts Edith when Bertie leaves but is overjoyed when Mary marries Henry.
===[[Series 6|1925]]===
 
Cora happily supports Edith's plans to appoint a female Editor for her business after the male one walks out on her. Meanwhile Mary meets a charming race car driver and Cora attends the races, but horror strikes and Henry's rival is painfully killed. She looks visually sad at Finner when the matter is brought up. 1925 proves to be a very stressful for Cora as during at a dinner with the Health Minister her beloved husband began throwing up violently heavy amounts of blood, Cora later ran to his aid and accompaniment him to the hospital. During this time Cora argues with Violet over what is to be done with the Downton Hospital with her pushing to new methods alongside Isboel, Cora is then apptioned the successor of Violet. Cora feels torn as her loyalty first is to her family yet she does want to take the position. Cora eventually takes the position of Chairmen of the Hospital. Later on, when the doors of Downton are opened to the public Cora proves to be fairly unknowledgeable of the great estate. Violet soon storms in and is angry with Cora as she accepted the position. When Violet runs of to France Cora feels responsible for tearing apart the family. When Bertie Pelham proposes to Edith Cora worries over what he will make of Marigold. Cora constantly helps Edith with her difficult situation with Pelham, and pushes for her to tell him the truth. Later when Bertie becomes the new Marquess Cora is very happy and later addresses him incorrectly but it is taken lightly and the two laugh. Cora then comforts Edith when Bertie leaves but is overjoyed when Mary marries Henry.
 
 
===[[2015 Christmas Special]]===
 
Cora and Robert spar a bit about her duties to the Hospital, and how she is missing out on taking care of things for Edith's upcoming wedding to Bertie Pelham. However, when Rose insists on him taking her to the hospital and he sees how well Cora is doing, he relents and realizes that she has found her niche. Cora also makes arrangements with Mirada Pelham to have her granddaughter, Marigold, taken to Brancaster Castle so she would be there when her mother and new stepfather return from their honeymoon. She and Violet also reconcile when the latter realizes that Cora was now ''the'' Lady Grantham and she praises her on how well she runs the house and hospital.
 
 
 
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