Downton Abbey's Laura Carmichael and Michelle Dockery look stylish in co-ordinating ensembles as they join co-stars at screening in New York

They all walked the red carpet at the film's star-studded premiere in Leicester Square last week.

And Laura Carmichael, Michelle Dockery and several other members of the Downton Abbey cast all attended a BAFTA screening of the film in New York City on Monday.

Laura, 33, who plays Edith, Lady Hexham, looked radiant as ever for the event, donning a white blazer with rolled up sleeves and matching trousers.

Event: Laura Carmichael joined several other members of the Downton Abbey cast all attended a BAFTA screening of the film in New York City on Monday

Event: Laura Carmichael joined several other members of the Downton Abbey cast all attended a BAFTA screening of the film in New York City on Monday

The actress added height to her frame with a pair of white heels while she also sported a pair of gold earrings.

Wearing light make-up, Laura slicked her platinum blonde locks back as she joined her co-stars at the screening.

Michelle, 37, who plays Lady Mary Talbot, cut an edgy figure for the screening in a tan, knee-length jacket with structured shoulders and a detailed ring embellishment.

She also wore matching tan trousers and paired it with a crisp, buttoned-up white shirt.

Style: Michelle Dockery cut an edgy figure for the screening in a tan, knee-length jacket with structured shoulders and a detailed ring embellishment

Style: Michelle Dockery cut an edgy figure for the screening in a tan, knee-length jacket with structured shoulders and a detailed ring embellishment 

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Letting her brunette locks fall loose down her shoulders, Michelle completed her look with hoop earrings and dark brown boots. 

Joining the ladies at the screening were Hugh Bonneville, who plays Robert Crawley, Allan Leech, who plays Tom Branson, and Michael C Fox, who plays Andrew Parker.

They were also joined by Downton Abbey writer and creator Julian Fellows, director Michael Engler, and producers Liz Trubridge and Gareth Neame.  

Cast: Joining the ladies at the screening were (L-R) Hugh Bonneville, who plays Robert Crawley, Allan Leech, who plays Tom Branson, and Michael C Fox, who plays Andrew Parker

Cast: Joining the ladies at the screening were (L-R) Hugh Bonneville, who plays Robert Crawley, Allan Leech, who plays Tom Branson, and Michael C Fox, who plays Andrew Parker

Crew: The cast were also joined by (L-R) producer Gareth Name, Downton Abbey writer and creator Julian Fellows, director Michael Engler, and producer Liz Trubridge

Crew: The cast were also joined by (L-R) producer Gareth Name, Downton Abbey writer and creator Julian Fellows, director Michael Engler, and producer Liz Trubridge

Fashion: Laura donned a white blazer with rolled up sleeves and matching trousers

Fashion: Laura donned a white blazer with rolled up sleeves and matching trousers

The Downton Abbey movie comes four years after the final episode aired on TV and follows a royal visit to the sprawling manor. It is set in the autumn of 1927.

King George V and Queen Mary, portrayed by cast newcomers Simon Jones and Geraldine James, will grace the Abbey with their company, along with new character Lady Maud Bagshaw, played by Imelda Staunton, who also joins the franchise.

Hugh Bonneville has already teased the possibility of a sequel, as he discussed the TV show's hotly-anticipated feature-length adaptation with The Mirror recently.

Outfit: Michelle also wore matching tan trousers and paired it with a crisp, buttoned-up white shirt

Outfit: Michelle also wore matching tan trousers and paired it with a crisp, buttoned-up white shirt

Roles: Laura stars as Edith, Lady Hexham and Michelle plays Lady Mary Talbot in the film
Roles: Laura stars as Edith, Lady Hexham and Michelle plays Lady Mary Talbot in the film

Roles: Laura stars as Edith, Lady Hexham and Michelle plays Lady Mary Talbot in the film

Big screen: The Downton Abbey movie comes four years after the final episode aired on TV and follows a royal visit to the sprawling manor. It is set in the autumn of 1927

Big screen: The Downton Abbey movie comes four years after the final episode aired on TV and follows a royal visit to the sprawling manor. It is set in the autumn of 1927 

The actor, 55, seemed very keen to return to the franchise, as he admitted: 'When we started filming, I thought this is going to be a nice full stop, but there is such an appetite for it, I can see it carrying on. I'd never say never!'

Hugh added that stepping out on the film set wasn't that different to making the beloved British TV show, as it just felt like 'a bigger table.'

And of returning to the characters in a feature-length setting, he said: 'Here we all were eight years later. As we looked around the room there were grins of "can you believe we're here again!" '

Q&A: Michelle looked in high spirits as she discussed her role in Downton at the BAFTA event

Q&A: Michelle looked in high spirits as she discussed her role in Downton at the BAFTA event 

Dapper: Hugh Bonneville sported a dark green tweed suit with a matching vest
Dapper: Allen Leech wore a blue jacket with navy trousers and black trainers

Dapper: Hugh Bonneville sported a dark green tweed suit with a matching vest while Allen Leech wore a blue jacket with navy trousers and black trainers 

Future: Hugh has already teased the possibility of a sequel, as he discussed the TV show's hotly-anticipated feature-length adaptation with The Mirror recently

Future: Hugh has already teased the possibility of a sequel, as he discussed the TV show's hotly-anticipated feature-length adaptation with The Mirror recently 

Star: Michael C Fox, who starred in series five and six of the show, has also returned for the film

Star: Michael C Fox, who starred in series five and six of the show, has also returned for the film 

Plot: King George V and Queen Mary, portrayed by cast newcomers Simon Jones and Geraldine James, will grace the Abbey with their company

Plot: King George V and Queen Mary, portrayed by cast newcomers Simon Jones and Geraldine James, will grace the Abbey with their company 

Hugh said: 'When we started filming, I thought this is going to be a nice full stop, but there is such an appetite for it, I can see it carrying on'

Hugh said: 'When we started filming, I thought this is going to be a nice full stop, but there is such an appetite for it, I can see it carrying on'

Feauture: Hugh added that stepping out on the film set wasn't that different to making the beloved British TV show, as it just felt like 'a bigger table' (pictured: creator Julian Fellows)

Feauture: Hugh added that stepping out on the film set wasn't that different to making the beloved British TV show, as it just felt like 'a bigger table' (pictured: creator Julian Fellows) 

The TV series, which aired on ITV from September 2010 until Christmas Day 2015, followed the lives of the aristocratic household during the early 20th century.

The new film picks up immediately after the final scene from the last episode of the hit ITV show.

Earlier this year, Michelle couldn't hide her delight at being able to return to her iconic role as she discussed the new film.

Speaking to In Style magazine, she said: 'Three years, but it felt like no time had passed at all. [I realised] I’d taken some things for granted. Like driving up to that house [the setting for Downton Abbey], it honestly took my breath away.'

Story: The TV series, which aired on ITV from September 2010 until Christmas Day 2015, followed the lives of the aristocratic household during the early 20th century

Story: The TV series, which aired on ITV from September 2010 until Christmas Day 2015, followed the lives of the aristocratic household during the early 20th century

Laura Carmichael and Michelle Dockery join co-stars at Downton Abbey screening in New York

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