They went to the red carpet at the Downton Abbey Movie premiere on Monday night.
And later in the evening, Laura Carmichael and Michelle Dockery partyed the night away with their co-stars on the after-bash in London.
Laura, 33, exchanged her glamorous red carpet dress for an equally chic little black dress for the after-party at Quaglino's restaurant and looked gorgeous in the off-the-shoulder mini with statement puff sleeves.
Laura & # 39; s simple but chic dress, completely adorned with glittering sequins, was combined with a pair of classic black stilettos.
The star, who plays Lady Edith Crawley in the franchise, chose to accede with a pair of silver earrings, but otherwise kept the attention on her stylish dress.
She wore her blonde locks in loose, resilient waves while covering her face with a glamorous makeup coat in neutral tones, including a hint of winged eyeliner.
Meanwhile, Michelle continued to wowen in her beautiful golden-red carpet dress that perfectly showed her slender figure.
Michelle wore her ravens back from her face in a glamorous, voluminous style, emphasizing her beautiful features with soft touches of makeup on a neutral pallet.
The actress, who shines like Lady Mary Crawley in the franchise, chose a beautiful one-shoulder dress that embraced her slender physique and combined it with a pair of simple, well-hoped earrings.
Elizabeth McGovern wore the same dress she had worn at the premiere and arrived in her beautiful hot pink floor-length dress to continue the party.
The actress, who plays Cora Crawley in the series, looked sensational in the tight-fitting dress with ruffled details on the back of the beautiful song.
The War Of The Worlds star added hints of glitter to her look with a pair of dazzling earrings, complete with a matching necklace and bracelet.
Baby news! Earlier in the evening, Allen Leech's wife, Jessica Blair Herman, debuted her baby bump at the screening, as the couple revealed that they were expecting their first child
Blooming: the American actress, 38, flaunted her pregnancy curves in a glittering gold sequin dress and rocked her hump while posing next to Allen, 38
Jessica Blair Herman, Allen Leech's wife, debuted her baby bump earlier in the evening when the couple revealed that they were expecting their first child.
And the couple were inseparable at the busy afterparty and joined the poor as they entered.
The American actress, 38, showed off her pregnancy curves in a glittering gold sequin dress and rocked her hump while posing next to Allen, 38, who returns as Tom Branson.
Sweet: Downton newcomer Maz Brown arrived with his model girlfriend Annabelle Horsey
Jessica's bump was visible under the dress down to the floor, which was decorated with thousands of golden sequins and had small cut-out details.
Other glamorous guests who attended the chic bash were Downton alum Tuppence Middleton and Sophie McShera.
David Haig and Hugh Bonneville seemed very chipper when they left the soiree.
Loved-up: David Haig looked loved with wife Jane Galloway
Radiant: David Haig and Hugh Bonneville seemed very chipper when they left the soiree
The film Downton Abbey comes on TV four years after the last episode and follows a royal visit to the vast mansion. It is set in the fall of 1927.
Dame Maggie, Dockery and Bonneville all resume their roles, alongside Allen Leech, Dame Penelope Wilton, Joanne Froggatt, Phyllis Logan, Elizabeth McGovern, Jim Carter, Laura Carmichael and Lesley Nicol.
King George V and Queen Mary, played by cast newcomers Simon Jones and Geraldine James, will honor the abbey with their company, along with a new character Lady Maud Bagshaw, played by Imelda Staunton, who also joins the franchise.
Cheery: Hugh Bonneville and wife Lulu Williams appeared cheerfully together
Smart: Douglas Reith and Jim Carter stayed in their smart tuxedos for the after-party
Hugh has already teased the possibility of a sequel, while discussing the long-awaited adjustment of the length of the TV show with The mirror recently.
The actor, 55, seemed very excited to return to the franchise because he admitted: & When we started filming, I thought this would be a nice point, but there is so much appetite, I see it carry on. I would never say never! & # 39;
Hugh added that getting out on the film set was no different than making the beloved British TV show, because it just felt like & # 39; a larger table & # 39 ;.
Smile! Hugh also put on his stylish tuxedo for the after-party
And when he returned to the characters in a playful setting, he said: & We were all here eight years later. When we looked through the room, there were grins from & # 39; you can believe we are back again & # 39 ;! & # 39;
The TV series, broadcast on ITV from September 2010 to Christmas Day 2015, followed the life of the aristocratic household in the early 20th century.
The new film will be picked up immediately after the last scene from the last episode of the popular ITV show.
Dapper: Director Julian Fellowes celebrated it at the after party
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