By Ashley Ross
August 12, 2015

Downton Abbey is coming to an end soon, with its sixth and final season airing in the U.S. this winter. But on Tuesday night, BAFTA, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, honored the British drama with a special tribute on Tuesday.

The most special part of the event was the magical resurrection of Matthew Crawley, or actor Dan Stevens, whose on-screen death shocked fans and left some writing sympathy notes to Michelle Dockery, who played his wife Lady Mary Crawley.

But the Crawleys reunited at the event, bringing tears of nostalgia to fans who never got over the actor’s big screen goals.

 

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