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Downton Abbey on-set secrets

Exclusive clip from our favourite vintage drama

Got withdrawal symptoms from Downton Abbey, which climaxed tearfully last night? Worry not: the series is already available to buy on DVD (RRP £24.99), so you can relive it - free of those annoying ad breaks. To celebrate, we bring you an unseen clip from the extras, which delves into the mesmerizing world of the costumes. Don't say we're not good to you...

Downton Abbey is out on DVD from 1 November, courtesy of Universal Playback

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