Princess Cruises has revealed it will have Downton Abbey exhibits on its UK-based ships
Both the 3,100-passenger Emerald Princess and Caribbean Princess will showcase costumes and jewellery worn by characters from the hit drama.
At least once per cruise the displays will be made available for guests to view on the Princess Theatre stage.
As part of the exhibits an exclusive making of Downton Abbey film will be played and afternoon tea served afterwards.
Episodes of the show will be available to watch on guests’ stateroom televisions.
The exhibit will be on Emerald Princess from May 20 to September 5 when it sets sail from Southampton; Caribbean Princess’ exhibit will be available from May 18 to September 3.
Tony Roberts, Princess Cruises’ vice president UK and Europe, said: “Many of our guests are Downton Abbey fans so we wanted to offer them something special to enjoy during their time onboard with us.
“Both exhibits include collections that are instantly recognisable and helped make the show so popular.”
The exhibits aren’t Princess’s only Downton Abbey links: Hugh Bonneville, who played Lord Grantham in the hit show, recently narrated The Cruise on ITV.