The Downtons, a fictional family of British royalty, is a family that’s known for its lavish costumes, lavish food, and lavish celebrations.
While Downtones’ holiday party is the most well known of its kind, Downtony Abbey’s celebration of the Christmas holiday, known as “The Great British Baking Show,” has also made its way to Netflix.
The Dukes of Burgundy, the Duchess of Burgundies, and the Dukes and Duchess of Sussex are just a few of the celebrities who’ve been shown in scenes from D&D and have been dubbed by Netflix as “Christmas presents” (though it’s not necessarily clear whether they are Christmas presents or not).
The Duggars, however, are not known for their love of food.
The Duke of Burgunoes, who is also the Duke of Sussex, was seen in one scene eating a meal of potatoes with mustard, while the Duchess was shown eating a bowl of pudding with cream.
In another scene, the Duke was shown drinking champagne with a glass of champagne.
The Duchess of Norfolk, on the other hand, is known to have a tendency to binge-watch shows, such as the Downtoniys’ Christmas special, as she has a tendency of binge-watching everything and everything.
In fact, in a new episode of Downtoon, a Downtonian named Lucy had to find out whether or not the Duchess had actually found out her birthday was coming up, as her birthday is actually the day after Christmas, which is on the first Monday in November.
In this episode, Lucy also discovers that the Duggaries’ celebration is actually more of a party than anything else.
When Lucy was asked by the Duchess about whether or no she’d found out what her birthday would be, she said, “Yes, of course.”
Downtonia airs on HBO on Sundays at 10pm ET/PT.