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Heartbroken Michelle Dockery Begins Mourning with Late Fiancé's Family in Ireland

Heartbroken Michelle Dockery Begins Mourning with Late Fiancé's Family in Ireland

Originally posted 12/15/2015 06:00PM

Michelle Dockery is mourning alongside the family of her late her fiancé John Dineen, who died Sunday after a battle with a rare form of cancer.

Dockery, who turned 34 Tuesday, is believed to be at the Dineen family home in Waterfall on the outskirts of Cork, Ireland. The Downton Abbey star and Dineen's family are preparing for his funeral, which is expected to be held Wednesday at St. James Catholic Church, a source tells PEOPLE.

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VIDEO: How Michelle Dockery Cut Short Her American Tour to Be with Her Dying Fiancé

How Michelle Dockery Cut Short Her American Tour to Be with Her Dying Fiancé

Originally posted 12/15/2015 11:50AM

Michelle Dockery kept positive while promoting the upcoming final season of Downton Abbey on a variety of media outlets last week, despite her fiancé John Dineen's declining health.

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Maggie Smith Did What?! The Downton Abbey Cast Dishes on the Dame's Funniest On-Set Moment

Originally posted 12/14/2015 04:40PM

Never get between Dame Maggie Smith and her tea.

During a visit to PEOPLE Now, Downton Abbey stars Michelle Dockery (Lady Mary Crawley), Allen Leech (Tom Branson) and Kevin Doyle (Joseph Molesley) shared their favorite memories from the show's six season run – including the lengths to which Smith will go for a cuppa.

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Matthew & Mary Shippers Rejoice! Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery Teases She and Dan Stevens 'Might Have Another Reunion'

Originally posted 12/11/2015 05:10PM

Could it be – Mary and Matthew, together again?

The fan-favorite Downton Abbey couple, whose marriage came to an abrupt end when Matthew (Dan Stevens) was killed in a car crash during the final episode of season 3, reunited back in August at a special BAFTA event in the show's honor.

And Michelle Dockery, who plays Mary on the hit show, says that another reunion may be on the horizon. The actress, who is in New York City to promote the show's final season, told PEOPLE Now Friday that she was trying connect with her former costar while in town.

"I think he's in New York now, so we're trying to get a hold of him," said Dockery, 33. "We might have another reunion."

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Downton Abbey's Stars Flaunt Their American Accents in a Stateside-Sounding Scene on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Originally posted 12/11/2015 11:15AM

[YOUTUBE "wElbSFWgseA"] Ever wonder what Downton Abbey would sound like with an American twang?

Michelle Dockery, Hugh Bonneville and Allen Leech stopped by The Late Show Thursday night and ditched their native accents to give Stephen Colbert's viewers a taste of what the show might sound like on the other side of the pond.

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SAG Awards 2016: Which of Television's Biggest Stars Got Snubbed?

Originally posted 12/09/2015 01:20PM

When the Screen Actors Guild nominations are announced every winter, all of the hubbub seems to surround the SAG-AFTRA's film contenders. The awards show, however, also honors television, and while it may follow the Emmys on the calendar, there's no telling what small screen favorites will get love.

Here's this year's biggest snubs and shockers, including those that vied for Emmy gold but were forgotten by Guild voters.

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P. Diddy Is So Obsessed with Downton Abbey He Pens 'Angry' Letters to the Writers When Characters Die

Originally posted 12/08/2015 10:50AM

We already knew Downton Abbey had the power to crack even the toughest "tough guy" exterior – see LeBron James' relatable frustration over missing an episode in Trainwreck – but P. Diddy just took Downton fandom to the next level.

In a BAFTA TV tribute to the series in honor of its upcoming final season, the rapper confessed that he has shed many a tear over the show (same, P., same) and even wrote frustrated fan mail after the death of his favorite character.

"I'm interested in history, kings and lords," Diddy, 46, told BAFTA. "I watched episode one and got wrapped up in it. Then I found out I had a crush on Lady Sybil. I watched it every week to see her pretty eyes and discovered the show was excellent."

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Grab Your Tissues and Watch the Teaser for Downton Abbey's Final Episode Ever

Originally posted 12/03/2015 04:05PM

Oh, Downton Abbey, is really time to say goodbye?

After six seasons, 52 episodes and plenty of heartbreak, we're gearing up to bid our final adieu to everyone's favorite aristocrats – and their servants – in an episode that Downton star Michelle Dockery told The Telegraph she "felt sick" shooting.

Luckily for those across the pond, Americans still have a whole season of 1920s-set intrigue to experience.

That being said, proceed through the rest of this article with caution – spoilers ahead!

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FIRST LOOK: A Downton Abbey Float Is Heading to the Rose Parade

Originally posted 12/03/2015 11:00AM

The Rose Parade is getting a little bit of the English countryside this year.

In honor of Downton Abbey's final season, Masterpiece on PBS is bringing a float that recreates the Crawley family estate, and PEOPLE has the exclusive First Look at what the finished project will look like.

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