Michelle Dockery and Allen Leech took a break from Downton Abbey filming on Saturday to attend a special charity dinner, Remembering Audrey Hepburn.
The pair dined together with pals including Mark and Leanne Silver, and Michelles sister who helped to organise the event; Michelle later opened up the evenings auction by bidding £2000 for a stunning portrait of the Breakfast At Tiffanys actress.
Michelle and Allen also later helped the auctioneer increase the bids for a special prize that saw the lucky bidder win dinner with Michelle and fellow Downton co-star Joanne Froggatt at Claridges.
Teasing that she may even give away secrets of the Downton Abbey film, the bid closed at £2,500.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, Allen was happy to reveal that they are still about halfway through filming and its going okay, although he was understandably loathe to reveal anything more
Up next for Allen is a role in Bohemian Rhapsody as Paul Prenter, Freddie Mercurys scheming personal manager, although Allen admitted that he had yet to see the film.
Hopefully this week! he joked, before gong on to praise co-star Rami Malek, who took on the role after the film sat in pre-production hell for years.
He is amazing, isnt he? So good, gushed Allen.
Audrey Hepburns son Luca Dotti spoke at the event where celebrities including Laura Hamilton, Tania Bryer, Laura Pradelska and Kimberley Garner all enjoyed the gala dinner with entertainment by The Overtones.
All profits for the auction benefityed Lymphoma Action and EURORDIS-Rare Diseases Europe.