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{{Infobox_character|name = [[wikipedia:Nomen nescio|N.N.]] Wilson|image = Placeholder person.png|gender = Male|job = King's Butler|loyalty = House of Windsor|portrayedby = [[David Haig]]|showbts = 1}}'''Mr Wilson''' is the king's butler, also known as the Royal Page of the Backstairs. When [[Thomas Barrow]] learns that Mr Wilson will be arriving prior to the royals during their [[Yorkshire]] tour in [[Downton Abbey (film)|1927]], he informs the staff and also decides to wait to polish the silver, feeling he should ask Mr Wilson which ones would be best suited to use during the royal visit. However, [[Mary Talbot]] interprets Barrow's decision as indecisiveness and is prompted to ask [[Charles Carson|Carson]] to come out of retirement and assist.
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{{Infobox_character|name = [[wikipedia:Nomen nescio|N.N.]] Wilson|image = Placeholder person.png|gender = Male|job = King's Butler|loyalty = House of Windsor|portrayedby = [[David Haig]]|showbts = 1}}'''Mr Wilson''' is the king's butler, also known as the Royal Page of the Backstairs. When [[Thomas Barrow]] learns that he will be arriving prior to the royals, he informs the staff and also decides to wait to polish the silver, feeling he should ask Mr Wilson which ones would be best suited to use during the royal visit. However, [[Mary Talbot]] interprets Barrow's decision as indecisiveness and is prompted to ask [[Charles Carson|Carson]] to come out of retirement and assist.
   
When he arrives at [[Downton Abbey]], Wilson ignores Barrow and walks in. Mary describes Wilson as scary. Wilson then makes it clear to Downton's staff that an entire royal staff will be coming to serve during the royals' stay, and that Downton's staff will take no part in it at all, apart from cooking for the servants. He is upset when Barrow refers to him as a butler, insisting he is not a butler but the King's Royal Page of the Backstairs.
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When he arrives, Wilson ignores Barrow and walks in. Mary describes Wilson as scary. Wilson then makes it clear to Downton's staff that an entire royal staff will be coming to serve during the royals' stay, and that Downton's staff will take no part in it at all, apart from cooking for the servants. He is upset when Barrow refers to him as a butler, insisting he is not a butler but the King's Royal Page of the Backstairs.
   
 
Carson finds Wilson having gone into his office and using it to inspect wine. Wilson insults Carson, [[Downton Abbey]], and the [[Crawley family]], and tells him to go read a book for the duration of the royal stay. When luncheon is served after the king and queen arrive, Wilson forbids Downton's staff from taking part, shouting angrily at all of them, including Carson, to stay out of "their" way.
 
Carson finds Wilson having gone into his office and using it to inspect wine. Wilson insults Carson, [[Downton Abbey]], and the [[Crawley family]], and tells him to go read a book for the duration of the royal stay. When luncheon is served after the king and queen arrive, Wilson forbids Downton's staff from taking part, shouting angrily at all of them, including Carson, to stay out of "their" way.
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