Downton Abbey (2019)
Violet Crawley: Machiavelli is frequently underrated. He had many qualities.
Isobel Merton: So did Caligula - not all of them charming.
Violet Crawley: Will you have enough clichés to get you through the visit?
Isobel Merton: If not, I'll come to you.
Lady Mary Talbot: [commenting on the sudden sunshine after a storm the day of a royal parade] The day has dawned and the weather proves conclusively that God is a monarchist.
Isobel Merton: Oh Violet. After all these years you still astonish me.
Violet Crawley: Oh good, I'm glad I'm a revelation and not a disappointment.
Tom Branson: [exclaiming] Well, if it's in the papers, it must be true!
Violet Crawley: Royal women are not meant to grin like Cheshire cats.
Daisy Mason: We're not footballs and we don't deserve a kicking.
Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham: A shy royal? Is that an oxymoron?
Violet Crawley: [to Lady Mary] You are the future of Downton.
Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham: No maid, no valet, no nanny, even!
Bertie Hexham: It's 1927. We're modern folk.
Violet Crawley: The point is, I'll be fine until I'm not. That's all that is to it.
Lady Edith: If I know anything about royal visits, we will never stop changing clothes.