If this wedding actually happens the way we think it might happen, it’ll be the best nuptials since Matthew and Lady Mary!
So far we’ve been swooning over this romantic gesture, but it appears that this trip was only the tip of the romantic iceberg (although with the Crawleys’ bad experience with ice bergs, we might not use that phrase).
According to a source, Amal was so taken aback by the castle, this could very well be the sight of the pair’s upcoming wedding:
“George became close friends with Hugh Bonneville, who plays Lord Robert Crawley, when they did Monuments Men together last year. And they really hit it off. He contacted Hugh and asked him to arrange a private tour of the castle. Amal was blown away. When he saw his bride-to-be├óΓé¼Γäós reaction to the spectacular Victorian castle, set on 1,000 acres of parkland, he began making some discrete inquires about having their wedding performed there. And he was told they would be most happy to accommodate them!”
George has totally got the Downton hook up by being friends with Hugh.
We hope George and Amal get hitched in the one place where an organist might play the Downton Abbey intro music instead of the Wedding March.