Mrs. Hughes, Housekeeper
"I may not be a woman of the world, but I don't live in a sack." –Mrs. Hughes
Downton Abbey's redoubtable and pragmatic housekeeper Mrs. Hughes faces new challenges running the house and convalescent home with a diminished staff. What's more, with changes brought by the war, she finds herself departing from Carson's traditional hard line, revealing the compassion that lies in her unsentimental, but decent, heart.