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    Downton Abbey S3 finale at Inveraray Castle in Scotland: Susan MacClare, Violet's niece and goddaughter, is the Marchioness of Flintshire. She is trapped in a sad and loveless marriage to Shrimpy MacClare, Laird of Duneagle. Her bitterness about the marriage manifests in a sour demeanor and relentless criticism of her teenage daughter, Rose.

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