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'''Lady Maud Bagshaw '''is one of [[Mary of Teck|Queen Mary]]'s ladies in waiting. She and her maid, [[Lucy (film)|Lucy Smith]], accompany the [[King George V|king]] and queen when they visit [[Downton Abbey]] in [[Downton Abbey (film)|1927]]. She is also a cousin of Robert's late father.<ref>[https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2019/07/downton-abbey-movie-plot-julian-fellowes-michelle-dockery?fbclid=IwAR1_f1UaCDSHA6ujJYrCIcnFkkZKq-hYoZwMVUdopEyMrWwYku3ScjWPzWk| “She is a cousin of the Dowager Countess’s late husband.”]</ref> Her husband and father are deceased.
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'''Maud Bagshaw '''is one of [[Mary of Teck|Queen Mary]]'s ladies in waiting. She and her maid, [[Lucy (film)|Lucy Smith]], accompany the [[King George V|king]] and queen when they visit [[Downton Abbey]] in [[Downton Abbey (film)|1927]]. She is also a cousin of Robert's late father.<ref>[https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2019/07/downton-abbey-movie-plot-julian-fellowes-michelle-dockery?fbclid=IwAR1_f1UaCDSHA6ujJYrCIcnFkkZKq-hYoZwMVUdopEyMrWwYku3ScjWPzWk| “She is a cousin of the Dowager Countess’s late husband.”]</ref> Her husband and father are deceased.
   
 
She has an argument with [[Violet Crawley|Violet Crawley.]] Violet visits her in her room, with Lucy present. She inquires if Maud is comfortable, and inquires about having a chat later. Maud promises Violet to "have it out once and for all" before leaving to attend to the queen.
 
She has an argument with [[Violet Crawley|Violet Crawley.]] Violet visits her in her room, with Lucy present. She inquires if Maud is comfortable, and inquires about having a chat later. Maud promises Violet to "have it out once and for all" before leaving to attend to the queen.

Revision as of 20:25, 29 August 2019


Maud Bagshaw is one of Queen Mary's ladies in waiting. She and her maid, Lucy Smith, accompany the king and queen when they visit Downton Abbey in 1927. She is also a cousin of Robert's late father.[2] Her husband and father are deceased.

She has an argument with Violet Crawley. Violet visits her in her room, with Lucy present. She inquires if Maud is comfortable, and inquires about having a chat later. Maud promises Violet to "have it out once and for all" before leaving to attend to the queen.

Quotes

  • "What pifle you talk!" - to Violet Crawley.

References

3. https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/9820706/downton-abbey-movie-maggie-smith-exclusive-clip/

External links

  1. https://oneithersidetheriverlie.tumblr.com/post/187197442817/spoiler-alert-new-clip-of-the-downton-abbey-film
  2. https://graceisinthelibrary.tumblr.com/post/186558959963

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