Downton Abbey film trailer suggests gay valet Thomas finds romance
LGBT+ cinema-goers will be delighted by the trailer for the upcoming Downton Abbey film, which reveals that gay valet Thomas Barrow will finally find romance. In one brief moment in the trailer, an unidentified man can be seen leaning in and sharing a passionate kiss with Thomas, indicating that the character who stole gay hearts during the series’ original run may get some kind of a happy ending. The trailer also reveals that the Downton Abbey film—which will hit cinemas in September—will be set in 1927. At the beginning of the trailer, Lady Edith gets out of a car after arriving back to Downton Abbey with her husband. When her father Robert Crawley notes they have “no maid, no valet, no nanny even,” her husband states: “It’s 1927, we’re modern folk.” Meanwhile, the Downton Abbey trailer indicates that the film’s central storyline will follow the family and staff preparing for a historic visit from the King and Queen. Thomas Barrow captured the hearts of gay Downton Abbey fans during the show’s run Gay valet Thomas captured the hearts of Downton Abbey fans across the world when the ITV series had its original run. In the first series of the hit show, Thomas—who started off as a
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