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The children are growing up.
Master George Crawley will be played by Oliver and Zac Barker, 3 years old. The young son of the late Matthew Crawley and Lady Mary.
Miss Sybbie Branson will be played by Fifi Hart, 4 years old. The daughter of the late Lady Sybil and Tom Branson.
Both children have an increased role this year, with Sybbie having some wonderful scenes with Branson (Allen Leech) and Lord Grantham (Hugh Bonneville).

Photographer: Nick Briggs.

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