When Dan Stevens' character Matthew Crawley died in ITV drama Downton Abbey, fans were left in disbelief as Lady Mary was forced to struggle through her grief over her husband's death.
But much to the delight of viewers, the actor reunited with co-star Michelle Dockery - who plays Mary - at BAFTA's tribute to the show this week, posing for a selfie together.
The happy pair reminded viewers all is well in real life, as they posed up side by side in the black and white photo.
Michelle shared it on Instagram with the caption: "Reunited.@thatdanstevens. I've missed this face #bafta #LastDaysOfDownton#matthewandmary."
The Stars of the show walked the red carpet at the Richmond Theatre in London Tuesday for a Special Award presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
During the ceremony, the series received a special honour for its outstanding television success in Britain and around the globe, reports the Daily Mirror.
Downton on the big screen?
Creator Julian Fellowes was quoted in the awards booklet, where he described the show's success as very unexpected.
"To say that the past six years have been quite an adventure would be something of an understatement," he said. "We have all been asked whether we had any idea of the impact series would make and the answer is of course not."
But Downton may not be out of our lives for long. Producers say there may be more to come from the Crawleys, perhaps on the big screen. But there are no plans to make a spin-off.