Lady Mary would be pleased! George Clooney and his fiance Amal Alamuddin visited the castle from "Downton Abbey", Highclere Castle, in Hampshire, a county outside of London, on Thursday, multiple sources reveal to Us Weekly.
The silver fox, 53, and British barrister Alamuddin, 36, stayed at a luxury five-star hotel in Surrey before traveling to the castle, a source tells Us. Thursday morning, they were then driven to the location where the hit BBC drama series is filmed.
"Highclere is sometimes open to the public but this day it wasn't, so they were the only ones there," the source tells Us. "They spent a few hours there before they returned to their hotel."
Later that night, the future spouses were then joined by Alamuddin's mother, Baria Alamuddin. The trio dined at the Berkeley Hotel, marking the first time the actor has seen his future mother-in-law since the engagement, the insider adds.
As previously reported, Clooney and Alamuddin aren't wasting much time between now and their nuptials and plan to wed this fall.
"He'd marry her today if he could, but he wants to give her a dream wedding," a source told Us. "It is her first, and he wants it to be his last!" (Clooney was previously married to "Mad Men" actress Talia Balsam from 1989-1993.)
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